US gas and vehicle fuel

US lawmakers started too late to do anything useful about the threat of rising prices for natural gas next winter. They shouldn't make the same mistake with vehicle fuel.With gas, lawmakers should have acted when supply challenges became obvious at least 4 years ago—if not before. Because they didn't, nearly stagnant deliverability has become the market's main constraint. Recent exits from the market of large gas buyers have enabled inventories to begin a late-season build, but the price—literally and figuratively—is high. Now lawmakers are scrambling for some politically heroic intervention that won't do more harm than good. They won't find any. Gas ...

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