Skip to main content
Natural-Gas Exports Will Improve U.S. Economy
10 Dec 2012

Natural-Gas Exports Will Improve U.S. Economy

The U.S., which is sitting on a glut of cheap natural gas, stands to gain economically by exporting, concludes a long-awaited Energy Department report released on Wednesday. The report appears to pave the way for approval in 2013 of up to 20 permit applications by companies seeking to build export terminals. Meanwhile, U.S. oil and gas production is projected to grow through 2040, while consumption will level off, projects the Energy Information Administration’s updated Annual Energy Outlook, released on Wednesday.

Related Posts

Washington Report: May 8, 2020 … “America’s Open BUT Not Open”

Obama Era Erased ... 14.7% Unemployment ... Political Fantasy vs. Economic Reality ... Bright's Reinstatement...

Will Stone, President

Washington Report: February 5, 2016

BIG, BIG NEWS ... William (Will) Stone has joined the Capstone Team as a partner...

CUT, CUT, COWER …

"House Speaker Paul Ryan promises a big, bold agenda and says lawmakers won't shy from...