Column: Rules on hydraulic fracturing could make it costly

12/2/2008 | Denver Post, The

Kathleen Sgamma, director of government affairs for the Independent Petroleum Association of Mountain States in Denver, argues that hydraulic fracturing is needed to increase natural gas production so the U.S. can address climate change and energy security. She cautions against adding regulations, in reaction to misinformation about groundwater and spills, because more rules could make production costlier to consumers.

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