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In less than 100 seconds, James Verdon describes how to squeeze out hard-to-reach shale gas.
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I've heard about fracking on the news a lot and wanted to get a better understanding about what it was. I found this video and it was very clearly explained. The news seemed to concetrate on the idea of potential earth quakes but I can see now that the water table is just as important. I'm glad Geologists are monitoring it. Thanks for the video, it was really good.