January 11, 2013

Should the U.S. Export Gas?

Meg Handley, US News and World Report


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Unrestricted natural gas exports could have "disastrous" effects on the U.S. economy, energy industry leaders argued Thursday, warning that shipping large amounts of the nation's newly-abundant resource would result in crippling price hikes for American consumers and manufacturers.

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TAGGED: LNG, LNG Exports, Foreign Trade, Gas Exports, Natural Gas

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