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Bad taste in the mouth

12 December 2011 By Kevin Allison, Christopher Swann

A report linking hydraulic fracturing to polluted drinking water is a significant setback for U.S. shale gas. Fracking’s economic benefits are huge, but drillers risk losing public support. To avoid a backlash, they should embrace more centralised regulation.

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