Watching Government: Goldwyn on shale gas

Nick SnowWashington EditorIt may well have been David L. Goldwyn's last public address as special envoy for international energy affairs at the US Department of State.His last day there came a few days after his Jan. 11 remarks at the Woodrow Wilson Institute for International Studies, where he responded to a wide range of questions following his prepared remarks.A surprising number dealt with hydraulic fracturing and natural gas production from tight shale formations. Worldwide interest in US development policies is significant and growing, Goldwyn indicated."The first point is that you have to have safe practices for natural gas drilling, period. Most of the questions I've encounte...

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