Thursday, January 15, 2004

More LNG
Further to yesterday's comments on liquified natural gas, a colleague reminded me that there is a wealth of information on natural gas available from the National Petroleum Council, an industry group providing advice to the Secretary of Energy (and not just in this Administration.) In particular, their 2003 and 1999 Natural Gas studies cover imports, infrastructure and access issues, and a variety of supply/demand scenarios. In the recommendations of the 2003 study they state, "Increased access to US resources (excluding designated wilderness areas and national parks) could save consumers $300 billion in natural gas costs over the next 20 years."

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