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HP Viewpoint: LNG: Fueling the future

A few short years ago, the US was a net importer of natural gas. Today, due to the discovery of vast supplies of natural gas and significant technological advancements in unlocking these reserves from..

Cooper, B., Center for Liquefied Natural Gas

A few short years ago, the US was a net importer of natural gas. Today, due to the discovery of vast supplies of natural gas and significant technological advancements in unlocking these reserves from shale, the US is poised to become a net exporter of natural gas, which will help grow the nation’s economy, create thousands of jobs and improve the global environment. Despite a sluggish economy, America is faced with a great opportunity. Its wealth of natural gas is so considerable that the US has enough resources to meet its own needs while uniquely positioning itself to sell gas in overseas markets. Concerns that this could adversely impact the US economy have been alleviated with

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