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How Should Hydraulic Fracturing Be Regulated?

April 19, 2013

Mark K. Boling President of V+ Development Solutions and General Counsel Southwestern Energy Company "How Should Hydraulic Fracturing Be Regulated?"

Michael Burger Associate Professor Roger Williams University School of Law "The (Re) Federalization of Fracking Regulation"

Timothy Fitzgerald Assistant Professor Montana State University "Hydraulic Fracturing Risks."

Deborah Goldberg Managing Attorney, Earthjustice "How Should Hydraulic Fracturing Be Regulated?"

Christopher S. Kulander Assistant Professor Texas Tech University School of Law "Common Aspects of State Regulation of Hydraulic Fracturing"

Michael Levi Director of the Program on Energy Security and Climate Change, Council on Foreign Relations "Fracking."

Charles B. Stanley Chairman, President & CEO, QEP Resources, Inc. Hydraulic Fracturing

Hannah Wiseman Assistant Professor Florida State University College of Law "Federal Approaches to Shale Gas and Oil Development: Statutes, Standards, and Studies."

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