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Study: New natural gas developments unlikely in state

High cost of reaching deposits, abundance of product among reasons cited by U-M report

September 6, 2013
JOHN FLESHER - AP Environmental Writer , The Mining Journal

TRAVERSE CITY - Michigan may have large natural gas reserves deep underground, but it will likely be years before they would be developed on a large scale, giving policymakers time to deal with the environmental and public health concerns associated with the extraction method known as fracking, according to a study released Thursday.

 
 

 

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