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A Look at the 32nd Annual IHS CERAWeeki
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March 08, 2013 6:11 PM
The boom in natural gas and oil production in the U.S. has changed the outlook for energy worldwide. Participants in the annual IHS-CERA conference in Houston this week talked of a world increasingly powered by what they call unconventional fuels - that is, fuels other than the petroleum pumped from deep underground deposits that have driven economic growth and development for the past century. VOA's Greg Flakus has more from Houston.

A Look at the 32nd Annual IHS CERAWeek

Published March 08, 2013

The boom in natural gas and oil production in the U.S. has changed the outlook for energy worldwide. Participants in the annual IHS-CERA conference in Houston this week talked of a world increasingly powered by what they call unconventional fuels - that is, fuels other than the petroleum pumped from deep underground deposits that have driven economic growth and development for the past century. VOA's Greg Flakus has more from Houston.


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