Should the Federal Government Regulate Fracking?
FROM WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORTS: ENERGY
Fracking supporters say it could set America on the road to energy independence and drastically change our economic prospects while helping address climate change.
But who should be in charge of regulating fracking?
Foreign Affairs: The New Power Map, World Politics After the Boom in Unconventional Energy
by Aviezer Tucker on January 9, 2013
Unconventional energy technologies, such as hydraulic fracturing, are here to stay. They have already produced a staggering glut of natural gas in the United States, and in the years ahead, they will reshape world politics, bringing wealth and power to those who master them and leaving the old petro-dictatorships behind.
Foreign Affairs: The New Power Map
World Politics After the Boom in Unconventional Energy
About The Author
Aviezer Tucker is the Assistant Director of the Energy Institute at the University of Texas at Austin