Hear From a Dow Chemical Business President About Its Involvement in Fracking
The Motley Fool's energy analyst, Taylor Muckerman, recently interviewed Larry Ryan, the business president of energy and water solutions at The Dow Chemical Company , while at the 2014 Offshore Technology Conference in Houston. Mr. Ryan is also the general manager of oil and gas at The Dow Chemical Company, a leading specialty chemical developer.
In part one of this three-part interview, Mr. Ryan talks about the company's offshore technology developments and unconventional resource developments to help recycle fracking water. The U.S. oil and natural gas boom has unconventional drilling to thank for the majority of its recent success. The Dow Chemical company has many unique ways of getting involved, and they are discussed in the video below.
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