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Faster Drilling, Diminishing Returns in Shale Plays Nationwide?

Faster Drilling, Diminishing Returns in Shale Plays Nationwide? (via Desmogblog)

Today's shale gas boom has brought a surge of drilling across the US, driving natural gas prices to historic lows over the past couple of years. But, according to David Hughes, geoscientist and fellow at the Post Carbon Institute, in the future, we can expect at least the same frenzied rate of drilling…

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