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Driving Demand

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Chris Sheehan
January 1, 2013

In Pittsburgh, positive environmental news coming out of DUG East carried more than a touch of irony in a city once tarred by its image of old-world steel and smokestacks. At the event held in mid-November, Range Resources Corp. chief operating officer Ray Walker said the U.S. recorded “the world’s largest decline in greenhouse gas emissions” in 2006-2012, reducing emissions by 450 million tons. In addition, the U.S. lowered COemissions by 500 megatons, equivalent to about twice the entire global reductions achieved over the past 20 years, he said, citing ...


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