December 19, 2012

The Cost of Banning Natural Gas Exports

Michael Lynch, US News & World Report


US News & World Report

With the recent publication of a letter from 100 doctors and engineers, Physicians, Scientists and Engineers for Healthy Energy suggests that exporting natural gas from the United States would be imprudent. While there are projections that liquified natural gas exports could become quite large, the reality is that they will almost certainly be minimal for the next several years, and unlikely to affect prices any time soon.

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TAGGED: Natural Gas Exports, LNG, Natual Gas

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