Recent advances in drilling and extraction technologies have fundamentally changed the economics of natural gas in the United States and have the potential to do so around the world. The implications that this has for energy policy generally—and climate change policy specifically—are profound. To help decision-makers understand the forces at work and to consider how they might be shaped to best serve the public good, we asked ICF to prepare this report. It contains a wealth of valuable information and insights.
New Natural Gas Resources and the Environmental Implications in the U.S., Europe, India, and China
July 3, 2012
- Joel Bluestein