Shale gas-led U.S. boom is lesson for wary Europe
In five years, the price of natural gas has halved in the U.S. and doubled in the UK. One result is an industrial renaissance in America. Europe could do with the economic and political benefits of plentiful gas, too. EU governments, reluctant to allow fracking, need to rethink.
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