December 6, 2012

6 Things to Know About Gas Exports

Amelia Templeton, OPM


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The Department of Energy released a study Wednesday that found exporting natural gas would have a net benefit the U.S. economy, causing losses in labor and investment income but creating larger increases in income for natural gas producers, shareholders, and property owners.

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