This Christian Science Monitor editorial from Thursday frames the natural gas question well, and I think it reaches the correct conclusion: Clearly, some very prudent short-term steps emphasizing conservation are needed. In the long term, however, the nation must have a serious debate on energy sources and supply, with all types of energy – coal, … More More

This Christian Science Monitor editorial from Thursday frames the natural gas question well, and I think it reaches the correct conclusion: Clearly, some very prudent short-term steps emphasizing conservation are needed. In the long term, however, the nation must have a serious debate on energy sources and supply, with all types of energy – coal, … More More

This Christian Science Monitor editorial from Thursday frames the natural gas question well, and I think it reaches the correct conclusion: Clearly, some very prudent short-term steps emphasizing conservation are needed. In the long term, however, the nation must have a serious debate on energy sources and supply, with all types of energy – coal, … More More

This Christian Science Monitor editorial from Thursday frames the natural gas question well, and I think it reaches the correct conclusion: Clearly, some very prudent short-term steps emphasizing conservation are needed. In the long term, however, the nation must have a serious debate on energy sources and supply, with all types of energy – coal, … More More

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A good article from Oil & Gas Journal on the natural gas supply concerns in the U.S., highlighting in particular Alan Greenspan’s remarks on the matter on Wednesday. The article does a nice job of pointing out the political dimensions of this essentially economic issue. I especially like Greenspan’s understanding of the benefits of integrated … More More On Natural Gas Economics And PoliticsMore More On Natural Gas Economics And Politics