Today's Trends: Shale Gas Production Reduced Gas Imports in 2009

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james  |  September 30, 2010
if we export more, we also save the rural farms of PA. Shale gas in PA has kept farms from turning to summer homes that produce no food. I know Tioga County pa is swapping for nat gas busses.
Colin Reed  |  September 30, 2010
Now, if the USA follows Brazils example of using compressed NG as a fuel for vehicles, the big bonus will be the reduction of gasoline and diesel.
TOM JONES  |  September 29, 2010
Sabine Pass, Texas facility now exporting LNG to ASIA !