America's Natural Gas Revolution
By Daniel Yergin and Robert Ineson
New technology has unlocked supplies of gas from shale formations across the United States, increasing domestic supplies and reserves and transforming once energy-poor states. Calling development of gas from shale “the biggest energy innovation of the decade,” the authors detail how new US gas supplies can support development of renewables, US industry, transportation, and power. And the impact could be global....
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