This Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. paper is in collaboration with the global law firm Norton Rose.
Trade Secrets and the Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing provides a global view of how governments have attempted to strike a balance between the benefits of hydraulic fracturing technology innovation on the economy with the environmental and health concerns raised by this widely used technology.
In particular, the paper addresses the controversial issue of public disclosure of chemical compounds injected into the wellbore during hydraulic fracturing and the trade secrets issues such disclosure raises. This review highlights regions with the most developed experience in hydraulic fracturing, including the United States, Canada and Australia.
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