Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Fracking-in-Northern-Colorado-27MZIFVICS48.htmlConceptually similarFracking in Northern ColoradoGP04VI6Completed★★★★Fracking in Northern ColoradoGP04VI7Completed★★★★Fracking in Northern ColoradoGP04VI8Completed★★★★Fracking in Northern ColoradoGP04VI9Completed★★★★★★Wind Energy Farm in ColoradoGP04NN2Completed★★★★Fracking in Northern ColoradoGP04VI0Completed★★★★Fracking in Northern ColoradoGP04VI2Completed★★★★Fracking in Northern ColoradoGP04VI3Completed★★★★Fracking in Northern ColoradoGP04VI5Completed★★★★View AllGP04VIAFracking in Northern ColoradoA water truck transports liquids to hydraulic fracturing operations on a road near the Cedar Creek Wind Energy Project. With 274 turbines 13km (8 miles) east of Grover in north-central Weld County, Colorado. It is one of the largest single wind-power facilities in the United States.Locations:Colorado-North America-United States of AmericaDate:31 May, 2013Credit:© Greenpeace / Robert MeyersMaximum size:4896px X 3264pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Hydraulic fracturing-KWCI (GPI)-Non-renewable energy-Oil (Industry)-Oil drilling-Outdoors-Roads-Rural scenes-TrucksShoot:Hydraulic Fracturing Scenes in ColoradoWeld County in northern Colorado is the site of a concentration of hydraulic fracturing for oil and natural gas. With nearly 18,000 wells, Weld County has more active oil and gas wells than any county in the United States. A geologic formation called the Niobrara Shale, a deep shale rock layer that requires hydraulic fracking to get out the oil and gas, underlies this part of the country.