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Unconventional Oil and Gas—Fueling the Future

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Title: Unconventional Oil and Gas—Fueling the Future


The Nation relies on oil and gas to power its economy, and unconventional gas is the fastest-growing energy resource in the United States. The U.S. Geological Survey is the authoritative, unbiased source for assessments of the world's oil and gas endowment. Come learn how these exciting new energy resources may contribute to the energy mix.

Location: Washington, DC, Rayburn House Office Building, USA

Date Taken: 6/24/2011

Length: 54:21

Video Producer: Alex P. Demas , U.S. Geological Survey

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Brenda Pierce: USGS Energy Resources Program Coordinator

David Curtiss: Geoscience and Energy Office, American Association of Petroleum Geologists

David Goldwyn: Goldwyn Global Strategies


For more information go to: The 2011 Congressional Briefing Series

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