Hillard Huntington discusses a study that evaluates the channels through which shale formations and new natural gas supplies can change energy, economic and environmental opportunities within North America. He concludes that continued shale gas development within North America is likely to have more sweeping impacts on future energy prices than on the economy or the environment.
Part of the Fall 2013 Stanford Energy Seminar
Tagged under: shale formations,economics,energy,environment,natural gas
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