One of the fears of increased use of fracking for shale gas is the quantity of water used. But...
One of the fears of increased use of fracking for shale gas is the quantity of water used. But how much water does fracking really consume? A lot less than coal or oil, Jesse Jenkins calculates: "If shale gas is used to generate electricity at a combined cycle gas plant and displace coal-fired power, the quantity of water consumed per unit of electricity generated could fall on the order of 80%."
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