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  • usnretrm usnretrm Mar 15, 2013 8:31 AM Flag

    Dosen't Plan on Renewing License, why?

    could ConocoPhilipps believe that natural gas demand will grow within the U.S in the next 1-3 years in the automotive market? I think so and this would be why they dont care to export anymore. Additionally I believe that coal burning electrical plants that generate electricity will be switching to natgas to reduce greenhouse gases.

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    • don't forget the EPA regulations on diesel train engines that go into effect in 2015 so we should see a lot of trains switching to NG engines, CMI is working on that for Buffett right now

      • 1 Reply to rlbeard6734
      • The plan by the big money interests seems to be to secretly ram nat gas down the public's throat by getting gov-subsidized LNG terminals approved so they can claim they can't satisfy demand without fracking crammed down American's throats and down their well water sources. It's by design, the way I perceive this corrupt country, to issue all those speculative nat gas ETFs like UNG, BOIL, a proliferation of arsewhole speculation designed and confirmed by BPs mouthpiece " once we get LNG exports, we should be back up to $5 for nat gas, then ...(all-out drilling can happen because it's economical). So, unless we find and tell the public the truth about fracking at a corner near you, this nat gas steamroll will bury any public conversation, it's happing stealthly under Obama, who promised transparancy, a liar.

 
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