Export demand is an opportunity for natural gas, industry official says cautiously

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Thanks for the heads up about the planned propaganda campaign. First we were told that we needed to produce more gas in order to wean ourselves from foreign oil. Now we are told we need to sell the gas that is owned by the American people to China because it will create jobs here and profits for oil and gas companies. Which is it? There needs to be some balance. If we turn into nothing but a gas factory, what will happen to the jobs people already have in tourism and farming?



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