N.Y. has fracking potential, but must overcome regional divide

12/12/2011 | Crain's New York Business

The hydraulic fracturing debate in New York is a divisive issue for upstate and downstate residents, but the potential benefits of fracking are hard to ignore, writes Greg David. Regulators are working on safety standards, but the real question "is whether New York will move in tandem with states like Pennsylvania that believe both environmental protection and economic gains are possible," David writes.

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