8/12/2014

The U.S. shale gas boom is expected to create up to a million jobs in manufacturing by 2025 amid technological advances in hydraulic fracturing, according to a University of Michigan report. Low-cost gas will revive "energy-intensive manufacturing sectors," which could in turn help reduce costs for manufacturers that use steel, glass and paper, among others, by about $12 billion per year, the study said.

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