Long-awaited DOE study sees big wins from exports, but losers, too
Exporting liquefied natural gas would create economic benefits for the United States -- and the greater the exports, the greater the benefits, according to a long-awaited study commissioned by the Department of Energy.
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Natural gas will continue to reshape U.S. energy mix -- EIA
Cheap natural gas will drive a U.S. industrial expansion through 2025, according to the federal government's top energy analysts, as the United States' changing consumption patterns carve out bigger roles for gas and renewable energy through 2040.