Monday, November 19, 2012

The Fruits of Fracking

Technological improvements deserve most of the credit, though higher energy prices, and the resulting incentive for increased exploration, played a role as well. This illustrates the potential significance of hydraulic fracturing.
Don't let the EPA/environmental lobby stop the revolution.  Natural gas is replacing coal as fuel for power plants, a much cleaner burn and resulting in a decrease in CO2 output, if you care.

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