The Delaware Riverkeeper Network is presenting a series of interviews with experts on the impacts of the shale gas industry. In this segment energy industry analyst Arthur Berman discusses the difficulty in predicting future prices of natural gas.
Shale Truth Interviews Arthur Berman segment #3 Price Uncertainty
By Maya van Rossum, originally published by Delaware Riverkeeper
July 9, 2013
Tags: Shale gas, shale gas production
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