America's shale-gas boom risks its Macondo moment
Energy giants poured more than $70 bln into gas fracking deals in the last two years, drawn by the perception of low political hazard. But an environmental backlash is growing. Instead of stonewalling, the industry might want to get out in front with some voluntary safeguards.
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