New research rebuts fracking-global warming connection

Bloomberg: Replacing coal with natural gas cuts the creation of greenhouse gases that cause global warming, a Cornell University researcher has concluded, rebutting the findings of colleagues at the university in Ithaca, N.Y. Lawrence M. Cathles, a professor in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, released a paper that says even if high rates of natural gas are leaking out after hydraulic fracturing and during transport, gas will still provide a net benefit over time. "The only thing that really counts is......

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