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The Future of Natural Gas

This study by the MIT Energy Initiative concludes that the environmental risks of fracking are “challenging, but manageable” and pushes for a global natural gas market including increased exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

Bibliography:
ROBERT C. ARMSTRONG, DANIEL R. COHN, STEPHEN R. CONNORS, JOHN M. DEUTCH, QUDSIA J. EJAZ, JOSEPH S. HEZIR, GORDON M. KAUFMAN, MELANIE A. KENDERDINE, FRANCIS O’SULLIVAN, SERGEY PALTSEV, JOHN E. PARSONS, IGNACIO PEREZ-ARRIAGA, JOHN M. REILLY, CAROLYN SETO, MORT D. WEBSTER, YINGXIA YANG, and ERNEST J. MONIZ — CHAIR, HENRY D. JACOBY — CO-CHAIR, ANTHONY J. M. MEGGS — CO-CHAIR
The Future of Natural Gas
MITEI, June 21, 2011

See also:
The Future of Natural Gas. An Interdisciplinary MIT Study. MITei, June 6, 2011
Industry Partner or Industry Puppet? How MIT’s influential study of fracking was authored, funded, and released by oil and gas industry insiders Public Accountability Initiative, March 2013

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