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Researchers Aim to Use Flared Natural Gas to Harvest Water from the Atmosphere

A technique to harvest atmospheric water using flared natural gas could significantly reduce the water footprint of the controversial hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” method of... -- Read more on
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