January 26, 2012
To advance his energy strategy, President Obama on Thursday embraced natural gas as a transportation fuel, saying it is cleaner and cheaper than oil, and abundant in the United States.
The president also dedicated a substantial portion of his State of the Union address to the topic of energy, particularly renewable energy and the controversial process of hydraulic fracturing for the extraction of natural gas.
Mohamed Soliman, chair of the Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering and George Livermore Chair Professor, (806) 742-1801 ext. 232, or email@example.com.