Hydraulic (Oil Field) Fracturing
Hydraulic (Oil Field) fracturing is a method used to create fractures that extend from a borehole into rock formations, which are typically maintained by a proppant, a material such as grains of sand or other material which prevent the fractures from closing. The method is informally called fracing (pronounced "fracking") or hydrofracing.
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