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By Allen Brooks on August 1, 2011
Gas Shale Debate May Be Moving To Next Higher Stage Marcellus Impact Study Rests On Some Shaky Assumptions Are You Smarter Than A GPS? Thoughts About The Changing Future Of Gas Shales Is RFK Jr.’s Attack On Mass. Wind Farm Act of Desperation? Shell U.S. President Warns Of Environmental Lawsuit Danger The Innovators In The […]
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