US gas, nuclear outlook: EEI's Infante

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Lola Infante, director of generation fuels and market analysis at Edison Electric Institute, speaks to Pauline McCallion at the Energy Risk USA conference in Houston about the US natural gas boom and how concerns about technologies such as hydraulic fracturing could affect supply and pricing.

The future looks bright for natural gas as a generation fuel in the US, according to Infante, but if environmental concerns surrounding shale gas extraction are not addressed quickly, supply could become

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