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No fracking way
Some energy businesses turned off by pricey process of getting natural gas from beneath layers of shale
Decades’ worth of energy could be sealed up in shale in the piedmont of North Carolina. But Robert Hardison, president of Status Oilwells Inc. in Charlotte, doesn’t really care. Although some are calling for North Carolina to allow a controversial process known as hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” to harvest natural gas below the shale, Hardison is not ...