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New study refutes fracking critics of natural gas production

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Natural gas wells may not be leaking as much methane into the air as originally thought, according to a new University of Texas study on the issue. The results published Monday show that only 0.42 percent of all produced natural gas at the study sites was leaking during the fracking and drilling process. Those numbers are far lower than a widely criticized study produced in 2011 by researchers...

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