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By Brian Swint
(Updates with Cuadrilla comments from fourth paragraph.)
Nov. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Two small earthquakes near Blackpool in northwest England earlier this year were probably caused by hydraulic fracturing, a technique of grinding underground rocks to extract natural gas.
It’s “highly probable” that fracking, as the process is known, at the Preese Hall-1 site caused the quakes, U.K.-base…
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