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Energy Update: Industry Consultants Agree with Senior Energy Executive Karl Miller on US Energy Policy

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July 9, 2010 (Investorideas.com energy newswire) - (Investorideas.com energy newswire) - www.InvestorIdeas.com, a leading investor research portal updates energy investors with previous commentary from Senior Energy Executive Karl Miller on the current status of the US Natural Gas Industry.

On May 26, 2010 Mr. Miller reported, “We are moving towards natural gas faster than planned. In terms of the energy sector, Natural gas producers, master limited partnerships, and pipeline companies are massively undervalued and a strong buy.” As an advocate of energy sources that make economic sense, Mr. Miller advised he foresaw market currently recognizing the need to transition to clean energy with natural gas.

See Weblink: http://www.naturalgasstocks.com/Karl_Miller/news/5261.asp

Other industry experts agree with Mr. Miller and have followed his market leadership on the US Energy Policy and vision for the future of the Energy generation sources.

New York Times-Utilities Face the Decision Point of Big Shifts -- to Gas, Renewables and Efficiency

With or without a climate bill, electric utilities are shifting their investments to efficiency measures that cut long-term costs and integrate more natural gas and renewable energy into their power supplies, according to a new report. "The business landscape for electric utilities is shifting quickly," says a report authored by Navigant Consulting for Ceres, a Boston-based coalition of institutional investors and environmental groups. "In turn, the traditional operating paradigm of building large generation facilities to sell ever-increasing amounts of electricity is changing."

http://www.nytimes.com/cwire/2010/07/09/09climatewire-utilities-face-the-decision-point-of-big-shi-27535.html

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