The oil and gas industry is gearing up for the “Clean Frac’ing Conference” hosted by the Petroleum Connection, which will highlight new fracking technologies and research toward cleaner drilling methods.
A recent study linked natural gas power plants with decreased CO2 emissions.
Fracking helped to supply the increased demand for natural gas during January’s cold temperatures and also kept heating bills under control.
Alaskan commissioners and numerous company heads have signed an agreement regarding a natural gas project in the state.
Rail companies are taking advantage of the U.S. fracking boom by using liquefied natural gas to run trains, which will cut fuel costs and reduce pollution.