Fracking, Climate Change, And What Gets Lost In The Shuffle

Seeking Alpha: Today as I pen these notes natural gas is trading at $3.89 per million BTU, down about 4 percent from Friday's close. The news driving the commodity lower is not a sudden increase in production but forecasts of a warmer December than previously expected. Still, despite the drop natural gas is trading today at a higher price than its average over the past four years, or to be more precise, since the beginning of 2009. Why pick 2009? Because it was the beginning of the surge in unconventional......

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