EIA Reports Natural Gas Exports Could Boost U.S. Economy

report issued this week by Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration indicates that the U.S. could boost its economy by exporting some of its natural gas. However, critics said doing so is costly and would raise natural gas prices in the U.S. In addition, it's uncertain there will be a market for it.

 

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