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Hydrofracking seen as having heavy impact on society

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Even if natural gas wells are never drilled in the Glens Falls region, the process of hydraulic fracturing is going to have an impact on our economy, politics and environment. The process of extracting natural gas from deep rock formations using high-pressure water containing sand and chemicals is considered a bane to the environment by many. Many more believe it ...

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Siemens pulls plug on last solar energy business

MUNICH (Reuters) – German industrial conglomerate Siemens is shutting down the last of its solar energy businesses after it failed to find a buyer, the company said on Monday. Confirming a report in German newspaper Handelsblatt, a spokesman for Siemens said the group would close Solel by early next year. The Israeli business has accumulated losses of around 1 billion ...

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China to become global energy lab


CHENGDU (China Daily/ANN) — China will become the world’s energy laboratory for decades to come, as the country continues to create a greener economy, experts said at the Chengdu Fortune Global Forum on Friday. “The transition from fossil fuels to green energy will take decades, but we can start with something such as natural gas,” said Sun Simin, chairman of ...

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