Entrepreneur Josh Adler (Sloan ’13) was attending a lecture on fracking at MIT’s Sloan School of Management when the magnitude of the domestic oil and gas boom hit him. Like many Americans, he had no idea that fracking had exploded—there’s on the order of 20 times more drilling with fracking—in just the last six years. “I just knew anything growing that fast must bring some chaos and performance gaps in the basic activities. Plus I knew the industry is slow to innovate,” Adler says. “Clearly, there are going to be some growing pains—the question was what they are.” Read the rest of the article on Xconomy.
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