An Un-Natural Gas Problem

Only in this totally nuts country can the low price of natural gas not be a positive. We have so much of this stuff and we have so many ways to use it that aren't being used that it is disgraceful.

We are headed to $1 natural gas in this country. The rest of the world is headed to $18. The differential is amazing. The rest of the world is clamoring for our natural gas, but our administration hasn't been able to figure out a single way to make it work for us. There's no encouragement to get trucks to switch from dirty imported diesel, and no mandates like those we had for ethanol, even as ethanol jacks up the price of precious food and uses a humongous amount of water. Ethanol is a scourge to this nation and natural gas is a blessing, but it doesn't matter....245 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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