The question, with exports of natural gas, is how much is too much? Both sides of the debate are...


The question, with exports of natural gas, is how much is too much? Both sides of the debate are wary of a public brawl, either for not wanting to be seen as opposing exports in general, or for advocating a policy that would boost consumer prices. It's getting to the point, though, that "it's not going to be economic to produce as much gas here," as one GOP aide puts it.

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  • kmi
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    "It's getting to the point, though, that "it's not going to be economic to produce as much gas here,"

     

    Demand will rise to meet supply. And is.
    27 Jun 2012, 09:26 AM Reply Like
  • chaodonghe
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    In asia, Natural Gas is about 14$. So, I think 8~10$ should be good as target in the next 5 years. And Natural Gas is really clean to burn.
    27 Jun 2012, 05:39 PM Reply Like
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