February 2, 2012

What Chinese Shale Means For the U.S.

Sarah Forbes, World Resources Institute


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Good morning and thank you for the opportunity to contribute to the deliberations of this Commission. My name is Sarah Forbes, and I am a Senior Associate for the Climate and Energy Program at the World Resources Institute. I am also manager of the World Resources Institute’s Shale Gas Initiative. . .

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TAGGED: Economy, Gloabl Energy Market, Chinese Energy Policy, U.S. Energy Policy, Energy Security, Natural Gas, Shale Gas Production, China, World Resources Institute

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