Beyond the Fracking Wars
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Beyond the Fracking Wars provides an accessible and credible reference for lawyers, public officials, planners, and citizens. It avoids a "pro" or "anti" position and serves as a balanced resource on common issues associated with unconventional oil and gas exploration and development.
This timely and relevant reference book covers:
• the technologies and regulatory framework governing oil and gas development via hydraulic fracturing;
• case studies exploring the hurdles, pitfalls, and opportunities for creative solutions;
• and innovative approaches to managing the impacts of the "shale gale," on both the regional and international level.
Whether you are a state and local government lawyer, land owner, public official, planner, oil and gas industry employee, or interested citizen, Beyond the Fracking Wars is a must-have reference for understanding the controversial subject of unconventional oil and gas development and its impact on local governments.
For more information about the highly reputable and well-respected authors and their chapters, please refer to the Table of Contents.