February 23, 2012

Maximize Safety = Maximum Fracking Potential

Editors, Bloomberg


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Anything as big and as promising as shale gas is bound to be complicated. This energy source has much to recommend it. To begin with, the U.S. has a lot of it, enough to meet current natural gas consumption for 35 years. . .

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TAGGED: Energy Outlook, Economy, U.S. Energy Policy, Shale Gas Production, Natural Gas, Fracking, Bloomberg

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