Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Fracking leading to lower CO2 Emissions?


CO2 Emissions in the US declined dramatically over the past 15+ years.  The best explanation, other than our stagnant economy, seems to be an increase in fracking which has led to a massive increase in low cost natural case.  Power generation plants, which traditionally burn coal, appear to be turning to natural gas as a cheaper, cleaner alternative.

Plunge in CO2 Output

Again, advocates of IPD, BIM and lean processes need to focus on the energy sector.  Increasing the efficiency with which oil & gas companies explore for, extract, transport and process oil & gas represents an excellent opportunity to positively impact the environment, the economy and the lives of billions of poor people all over the world.


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