January 24, 2013

Who's Afraid of Natural Gas Exports?

Jon Entine, Forbes


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Is Senate hopeful Rep. Ed Markey (D-Ma) abandoning key support for greenhouse gas reductions as political payback to Dow? Is he anti-shale gas regardless of its economic and environmental benefits?

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