The New York Times writes about some doubts over the boon in gas that fracking will produce:
In the e-mails, energy executives, industry lawyers, state geologists and market analysts voice skepticism about lofty forecasts and question whether companies are intentionally, and even illegally, overstating the productivity of their wells and the size of their reserves. Many of these e-mails also suggest a view that is in stark contrast to more bullish public comments made by the industry, in much the same way that insiders have raised doubts about previous financial bubbles.
And by the way, the Chesapeake Energy CEO says the article is misleading. Must protect investors, must protect investors.