Friday, July 25, 2008

Here's the Drill

Article Summary:

Forbidding directional drilling for oil and gas underneath the Great Lakes was bad energy policy when it was approved by lawmakers in 2002, and it's bad energy policy now. The Michigan Environmental Science Board has concluded that “[T]here is little to no risk of contamination to the Great Lakes bottom or waters through releases directly above the bottom hole portion of directionally drilled wells." Michigan needs both the energy resources underneath the lakes and the economic benefits that would come with bringing them out.

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