February 12, 2013

Why Nat Gas Exports Fight May be Overblown

Brad Plumer, Washington Post


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One of the big energy issues Congress will face in the coming year is what to do about the glut of cheap natural gas in the United States. Should we start exporting some of that gas abroad and earn a tidy profit? Or keep it here at home? . .

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