Greening of Oil: Deep shale gas drilling uses least amount of water
Water protection council comparison shows nuclear, conventional oil next in line
BY KAY CASHMAN FOR GREENING OF OIL
In a country craving domestic sources of clean energy one would think Americans would welcome abundant supplies of newly discovered natural gas from shale. For the most part they do.
But the process of extracting natural gas from shale has prompted concerns from the people living in areas where thi....
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