Innovative thinkers ///

For many, it came as a major shock, in April 2013, when the Environmental Protection Agency publically conceded that emissions from natural gas production were less than originally thought. While the revelation probably won’t do much to sway the more entrenched opponents of fossil fuels, it helps the industry make a case, to the public and government, for continuing to exploit U.S. shale gas reserves.

Log in to view this article.

Not yet a subscriber?  Get started now for immediate access to this content and more.



Already a subscriber but don’t have an online account? Contact our customer service.