Free market at odds in debate to export natural gas

Not really. In a free market, gas exporters who export what they wanted.

“Dow Chemical is leading the effort to convince Congress and the Obama administration to show restraint in approving more than a dozen requests to export natural gas in a liquefied state.”

Read more at Human Events.

4 thoughts on “Free market at odds in debate to export natural gas”

  1. Wikipedia:

    “Sandra Steingraber (born 1959) is an American biologist, author, and cancer survivor in the tradition of Rachel Carson.”

    The Rachel Carson who killed ten million people?

    Thousands are dying from fuel poverty in the UK, and you wish to visit that on us. The tradition of Rachel Carson, indeed.

  2. Today over 100 billion gallons a year of fresh water is turned into toxic fracking fluid. The technology to transform it back to drinkable water does not exist. And, even if it did, where will we put all the radioactive substances we capture from it? This figure will double in the next five years if this crazy policy continues
    We need a united nations ban on turning fresh water into fracking fluid now.
    The gas millionaires will have nothing to spend their money on because they are drowning our green earth with fracking fluid.
    Jesus turned the water into wine but Satan turns it into fracking fluid.
    If you can help to get this message out please do.
    How long will it take to turn all the fresh water on Planet Earth into Toxic Fracking fluid, its just a matter of time.
    Crazy or what?
    The united nations have made a resolution that everyone is entitled to fresh drinking water and sanitation Fracking contradicts this resolution and must stop now.
    My calculations are confirmed by world leading prize winning ecologist Sandra Steingraber
    Peter Baxter

  3. “some manufacturing executives object saying it would drive up prices and eliminate jobs.”

    Trade protectionism: the best way to turn recession into depression.

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