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Topic - Independent Petroleum Association Of America
Fracking already has transformed the nation's energy landscape, but it's also begun to worm its way into American pop culture.
Energy industry specialists are warning that Maryland may miss out on the national economic boom generated by the natural-gas drilling process known as fracking if the state approves a new bill to impose a moratorium while its environmental effects are studied.
The heated war over fracking is returning to the silver screen.