Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Investing in Fracking Guar Beans


Interesting article below on the increased demand for Guar beans, grown mainly in remote arid regions of northwestern India.  Poor farmers in the region are experiencing pleasant hikes in the price of the bean as it, in powdered form, is a key ingredient in many fracking solutions.

Guar Beans for Fracking

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2 comments:

Michael Bordenaro said...

James, So it is the Guar Beans that are fracking up the drinking water? Aren't there any US beans that don't frack up the water supplies? Mike

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