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Fracking on Wolf Mountain

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County officials tour the Quicksilver Resources oil well at Wolf Mountain Wednesday afternoon. Photo by John F. Russell

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Anthony Ferrara, data van operator with GasFrac Energy Services, explains how the oil well at Wolf Mountain is monitored and controlled from inside the mobile command center. Quicksilver Resources hosted a tour of county officials and media Wednesday afternoon on the well just east of Hayden. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steve Lindsey, the senior director of government and communication affairs with Quicksilver Resources, leads county officials on a tour Wednesday of an oil well on Wolf Mountain. Photo by John F. Russell

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Semi truck trailers loaded with equipment line up at an oil well on Wolf Mountain just outside Hayden. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steve Lindsey, the senior director of government and communication affairs with Quicksilver Resources, listens to a question in the data van located at an oil well on Wolf Mountain in 2011. Photo by John F. Russell

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Routt County Road and Bridge Department Director Paul Draper walks past equipment with Brad Benton, a supervisor with GasFrac Energy Services, during a tour of an oil platform on Wolf Mountain. Photo by John F. Russell

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