Energy Transition

5 predictions for energy in 2030

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Jane Burston

Executive Director, Clean Air Fund

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This graph shows the time-trend of dry shale gas production for the major shale gas producing formations. It clearly shows that the Marcellus Shale formation got off to a relatively late start but quickly became the national production leader.
This graph shows the time-trend of dry shale gas production for the major shale gas producing formations. It clearly shows that the Marcellus Shale formation got off to a relatively late start but quickly became the national production leader. Image: Energy Information Administration
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