Water: Oil boom's thirst fuels thriving market
Editor's Note: This is the first part of a two-part series on North Dakota oil and water.
FARGO -- The oil boom's thirst for "fracking" fluids fuels a thriving market for water that has become an industry with yearly sales estimated at between $45 million to $120 million.
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