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CFR's Michael Levi casts a skeptical eye on arguments that cheap natural gas from shale will...

CFR's Michael Levi casts a skeptical eye on arguments that cheap natural gas from shale will really lead to a dramatic revival of U.S. manufacturing, but he may have overlooked two factors: many petrochemical plants have been reopening in places like Louisiana and Texas, and the need for pipelines and hydraulic fracturing equipment could cause a mini-boom on its own.
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    The boom is already underway.
    21 May 2012, 06:26 PM Reply Like
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