February 29, 2012

Natural Gas Export Ban Would Be Costly

Brigham McCown, Washington Times


AEI

As America’s shale boom increases the domestic supply of natural gas, U.S. companies such as Dominion and Cheniere Energy prudently have used avenues to export natural gas to countries in Europe and Asia where higher demand translates into higher prices. . .

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