December 5, 2012

U.K. Jumping on Gas Bandwagon

Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest


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The U.K. joins a growing consensus in favor of natural gas as leaders explore innovative solutions to the recession and dependence on Middle Eastern oil. . .

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TAGGED: Shale Gas, Global Natural Gas Market, Natural Gas, British Energy Policy, Britain, The American Interest

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