December 17, 2012

U.S. Gas Exports Could Break Russian Dominance

Sen. Lugar, San Diego Union-Tribune


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Deep winter is approaching in Eastern and Central Europe and the Caucasus, bringing with it the prospect of icy days and frigid nights. For our friends and allies in the region, it also brings a chilly reminder of their chronic overdependence for heat and power on natural gas from Russia, which has demonstrated a penchant for using energy as a weapon against its neighbors. . .

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TAGGED: Global Energy Market, Domestic Energy, Energy Exports, Natural Gas, San Diego Union-Tribune

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