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  • boar292hog boar292hog Sep 8, 2013 1:19 PM Flag

    NG Macro....IMHO....

    Polar Ice Caps set a new record for expansion this summer and some experts are warning of an impending cooling period which means cooler summers of course and winters of substance!

    Of course Murphy himself sould not create a stronger scenario for increasing NG prices going forward. Usage is increasing and we are still a long ways away from reaching say a critical mass regarding our consumer fleet of auto/trucks that use NG.
    However, more and more locally operated fleets are converting to CNG as you read this and it won;t be long before LNG technology for Big Rigs makes its debut.
    Of course we can all see CLNE continueing its expansion of CNG stations across the US and we can not forget those limited range EVs (electric vehicles) that have to rely ON THE POWER GRID to recharge. While many coal burning power sources still dot the map, the conversion to NG is accelerating.
    It seems however that the environmentalists dream of abandoning fossil fuels and opting for the CUTE notions of wind and solar power have run their course and reality has come face to face with the need for if nothing else, a BRIDGE FUEL like NG.
    No longer a need for debate, NG is HAPPENING. For instance, LNG will begin exporting sometime over the next 18 months and a growing number of competitors are lining up to build their own ports for export.
    In the meantime, the sentiment for SELF RELIANCE regarding energy and namely, OIL is reaching a fever pitch. Afterall, why deal with the Middle East , Venezuela, or other antangonists when we don't have to?
    SD is well situated for the unavoidable increased demand for both NG and OIL around the world and the more we can provide for ourselves, the better off we are!

    If you owned a commercial fleet, whether regiola, local, or nationwide. would you be interested in reducing your cost of operation by say 5% to 15% due to lower energy/transport costs?

    Everything YOU buy in almost any store you shop at is shipped ! Hmmmmm!

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