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Andrew Gellman, Lord Professor of Chemical Engineering at┬áCarnegie Mellon University, discusses potential uses for shale gas beyond heating and cooking. Listen Respond Learn More Natural Gas Vehicles from the Department of Energy Global Demand, Inexpensive Natural Gas are Increasing Domestic Plastic Production from the US Energy Information Administration Natural Gas Explained: Use of Natural Gas from the US Energy Information Administration Transcript What are some of the options for using shale gas?… Read More

Meagan Mauter, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses the possibility of desalinating water to increase the water supply of areas experiencing drought conditions.

Meagan Mauter, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses how wastewater from hydraulic fracking could potentially cause earthquakes and how these earthquakes could potentially be prevented.

Meagan Mauter, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses how new technologies for wastewater management can be beneficial both economically and environmentally.

Meagan Mauter, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, discusses how water is used as part of the hydraulic fracturing process, how much is used, and possible implications of that use.

We use natural gas to generate electricity but we could be even more efficient. In this episode of Energy Bite, Granger Morgan, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, Co-Director of the Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making and Co-Director of the Electricity Industry Center, will tell us how.