18 Jun 2014 More
Did the EPA Really Say Shale Gas Reduces Carbon Emissions?posted by Brown Books @ 13:19 0 Comments
It’s almost too good to be true. The recent shale gas boom in America has not only propelled the US back to the top spot in worldwide production, now the EPA is even reporting that carbon emissions are down to their lowest levels in 20 years.
The EIA is reporting that the greater than 3 percent drop in carbon emissions since 2011 is the fastest rate of decline and is because more clean burning natural gas is being used today than ever. Watch this amazing video. The shale boom is not just about making money, it’s about cleaning up the environment too.
While the EPA came to within a whisper of actually saying it, the UN published a report that did in fact give credit shale gas production for the recent reductions in greenhouse gases.
Come see this great video at BrownPetro.com.
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