Shale oil boom sees steel, petrochemicals + fertiliser 'come back home'; quakes, water wars, environment 'irrelevant' tinyurl.com/adxom95— Asad Yawar (@Mediolana) January 07, 2013
Filed under Economics, Environment, Political Science
Tagged as earthquakes, Energy Information Administration, fracking, International Energy Agency, natural gas, Qatar, russia, shale oil, United States, water wars
Yes, if the fracking does not cause it to disintegrate into individual islands.
Perhaps they are hoping to stimulate economic growth via a bubble in the earthquake industries sector…
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