Remote Wyoming site could help shape fracking’s future

Houston Chronicle: Natural gas development in the U.S. will depend not only on what happens in Washington and in statehouses across the country. It could be shaped in part by what happens in a big antelope-dotted field south of this remote valley town. Here, Shell Oil Co. and others are taking steps - some required and others voluntary - that soon may be the norm for reducing the environmental impact of gas drilling and the extraction process called hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. Shell, for instance, now......

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