Hydraulic Fracturing in Michigan Lowers Fuel Costs and Could Create Jobs

August 20, 2014

“Five years ago, estimates suggested there was only a 25-year supply of natural gas remaining.  However, with the discovery of natural gas production from shale rock, the estimate is now at over 100 years supply of natural gas.”  MSU graduate Jeff Cook, president of Southwestern Oil Company of Greenville, Mich. and board member of Michigan Oil and Gas Association, discusses Michigan’s natural gas production and the resulting controversial hydraulic fracturing  in this article “Hydraulic fracturing in Michigan lowers fuel costs and could create jobs, decreasing dependence on foreign energy” by MLive.

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