Russell Gold

energy reporter for the Wall Street Journal

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Energy reporter for the Wall Street Journal; author of Boom: How Fracking Ignited the American Energy Revolution and Changed the World

Russell Gold on KCRW

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Harvard buys California wineries for water rights

Harvard University has been buying thousands of acres of California vineyards. They’re doing it way above market price.

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US oil production and energy independence have reached a 28-year high, thanks mainly to fracking in North Dakota.

The Crude Business of Moving Oil in America

US oil production and energy independence have reached a 28-year high, thanks mainly to fracking in North Dakota.

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