January 27, 2012

Capping Nat Gas Exports Sets A Bad Precedent

Michael Lynch, US News & World Report


AEI

The huge boom in shale gas in North America has caused some companies to suggest liquefying it and shipping it overseas to markets where natural Read Full Article ››


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