Is Shale Development Worth the Costs? A CMU Study Says No.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Although the massive shale gas build-out in the Appalachian Basin has produced significant economic benefits, a new Carnegie Mellon University study says all the drilling, fracking and cracking isn’t worth the environmental, health and climate damage.

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