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Frost & Sullivan: Need for Energy Independence Trumps Political and Economic Arguments against Hydraulic Fracking in Europe

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Frost & Sullivan: Need for EnergyFrost & Sullivan: Need for Energy Independence Trumps Political and Economic Arguments against Hydraulic Fracking in Europe PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Oct. 29, 2013 -- European countries facing political and social opposition to fracking can adopt the best practices of North American drilling companies Under immense pressure from green think tanks and political lobbyists, the governments of France, the United Kingdom, Denmark, and the Netherlands, have either suspended or slowed down hydraulic fracking for shale gas extraction. However, the overwhelming economic benefits and promise of energy independence are likely to initiate changes in the long term to revive drilling activities. If you are interested in more information on this research or to speak with an analyst, please email Liz Clark, Corporate Communications, at liz.clark@frost.com, with your full name, company name, job title, telephone number, company email address, company website, city, state and country. North America has sustained drilling activity through significant improvements to water management, greater efficiency in drilling operations, and reductions in on-site air pollutants from trucks, drilling machinery, and even methane gas recapture from flaring. North America owes most of these successes to significant industry collaboration, while remaining environmentally compliant. Furthermore, the U.S.
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Frost & Sullivan: Need for Energy Independence Trumps Political and Economic Arguments against Hydraulic Fracking in Europe

PR Newswire

-- European countries facing political and social opposition to fracking can adopt the best practices of North American drilling companies

Under immense pressure from green think tanks and political lobbyists, the governments of France, the United Kingdom, Denmark, and the Netherlands, have either suspended or slowed down hydraulic fracking for shale gas extraction. However, the overwhelming economic benefits and promise of energy independence are likely to initiate changes in the long term to revive drilling activities.