America’s New Energy Future: The Unconventional Oil and Gas Revolution and the US Economy
October 1, 2012
This is the third volume in a three-part series on the effects of unconventional oil and natural gas on the US economy. The first volume detailed the effects of upstream unconventional oil and gas development on the national economy, and the second volume presented the role of upstream unconventional oil and natural gas on each of the lower 48 states. In this volume, we extend the work undertaken in the first two volumes by examining three critical ways in which this unconventional revolution is impacting the US economy.
The campaign promises to ban hydraulic fracturing or limit it on public lands "has dampened markets, has dampened enthusiasm, and has raised questions about what is the proper US role in something like #LNG and where are those #exports going to be headed." https://t.co/yWFswoJt30
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