Answers due on US gas

Does the US government mean what it has been saying for a decade about the environmental advantages of natural gas—or not? Will lawmakers and regulators promote supply of as well as demand for a clean and abundant source of energy on the low side of the cost spectrum—or not? Answers will emerge in decisions due soon about federal land.In 2000, the US encountered the limits of gas deliverability. Unusually high prices late that year and early in 2001 punctuated an alarm already issuing from the gas industry: With demand rising and depletion accelerating, the US needs more supply from more areas and more capacity to move the gas. The country enjoyed a breather in 2001 and most o...

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