Report: Gas pipeline not enough to avert New England energy crisis
New England is facing an energy crisis brought on by high natural gas prices, and the call by governors in the six states for a new, publicly funded natural gas pipeline does not go far enough to solve the problem, according to a detailed analysis of the region's energy options.
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#1 Mar 16, 2014
This is truly a shame. Was just reading less than a year ago how the U.S. had a glut of natural gas. But the prices were to low I guess, so the powers that be created this 'crisis'.
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