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“In 2005, there was a great deal of interest in Texas geothermal. Since then there’s been a glut of natural gas on the market due to the advances of hydraulic fracturing. And that’s lowered the price of natural gas substantially and has made geothermal energy production less economically viable.”
—Jim Suydam is with the Texas General Land Office
Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.