If natural gas is an already cheap and abundant source of energy, why would we subsidize it? The answer may be found with the Soros Management Fund.
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The only way we're going to defeat the gas industry and protect our water is if people become informed about its dangerous ongoing practices on a massive scale.
Congressman Maurice Hinchey is right to ask questions of gas companies that want to begin using hydraulic fracturing to extract natural gas from deep underground.
The debate surrounding the balance between our environmental and energy polices, while important, should not delay us from adopting legislation to reduce our dependence on OPEC oil.
Doing business with countries averse to American interests is not smart. Investing in our own energy industry and creating jobs is smart economics, smart politics, and smart foreign policy.
Right now, as our country struggles to rebuild its economy and replace millions of lost jobs, a game changer has landed right in our lap: America has more shale gas than it knows what to do with.
As soon as health care wraps up in Congress, Washington's number one public policy issue must become winning approval of a plan to end our dangerous and costly dependence on foreign oil.
The lack of a national energy plan has been worrying me for most of my professional career. Beginning in the 70s, I noticed America's oil import numbers were trending in the wrong direction.
We are all singing from the same songbook. America has more natural gas than Saudi Arabia has oil. But we've got to put it to work for us.
A lopsided vote like 393-35 is further evidence that members of Congress recognize the tremendous benefits of natural gas: it's clean, it's abundant, and, most importantly, it's American.
The NAT GAS Act is the only way I know to quickly and effectively reduce our dependence on foreign oil. It will also save consumers thousands of dollars on fuel costs and protect our environment.
Just a few years ago energy experts were writing natural gas off. Now, it's almost as if divine intervention has occurred. We're swimming in it.
With three or four million people on my side, I'm a hell of a lot more important in Washington than I am in Texas. And you know what that means? America is finally going to get an energy plan.
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