January 28, 2013

Fracking Means a New Middle East

Arthur Herman, New York Post

AP Photo

Imagine a future meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, where the agenda is set not by Iran or Saudi Arabia, but by the United States. Oh, and the meeting takes place in Tel Aviv -- because the other big power in OPEC is Israel. That’s where the world is headed, thanks to the miraculous new technology known as fracking.

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