Ohio family concerned over methane in water
"Oh, I was so scared. It just was a huge explosion, the entire sink went up to the ceiling," Debby says. The Kline's water is full of methane gas and they're not sure why.
About six months ago, Mountaineer Keystone Oil and Gas company put in a drilling rig in a field catty-corner from the Kline house. The company paid for an EPA-certified test of the family's well water, which showed methane levels around nine, which is acceptable.
But in December, something changed after the drilling began.
"Methane levels have more than doubled and we're wondering if this is all just coincidental," Jason says.
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