Case Study

Phantom Cameras Aid In Fracking Research

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Hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” involves drilling into the ground and then directing high-pressure water at the rock to release the gas inside. While fracking has had a major impact on the energy industry, many critics have environmental concerns—particularly regarding earth tremors and potential groundwater contamination. To learn more about how a Phantom high-speed camera has aided researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Earth Resources Laboratory (ERL) that are trying to understand the fracking process better, download the full case study.

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