PROPONENTS OF COMPETING FUELS PUSH ALTERNATIVES TO OIL

Promoters of competing fuels are quickly lining up to advocate their alternatives to oil in the latest Middle East crisis. Nicholas Bush, Natural Gas Supply Association president, said the U.S. could increase natural gas use to ease the effect of an oil supply shortfall. "The natural gas industry can make an important contribution to cushioning the serious potential economic consequences of a significant shortfall of imported petroleum," Bush said. About 2.5 tcf of gas-1.25 million b/d of oil

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