Be sure to give this article to the next person who tells you that we have to contaminate our air and water and poison whole neighborhoods so we can be energy independent.
Gas glut fuels record U.S. exports to Mexico
July 16, 2011, 12:07AM
The Marcellus Effect has some additional information about exporting American gas.
So much for made-in-America energy fueling American homes…. It looks like the real agenda is to drill as much as possible as fast as possible to make as many bucks as possible before the energy bubble bursts.
And the LNG import terminals in Oregon are being converted to LNG export.
Oregon LNG terminal plans reverse from importing to exporting gas
If natural gas producers and LNG terminal backers have their way, Oregon could become a significant hub in exporting domestic gas to Asia, joining a nationwide push that could have a meaningful — and according to critics, disastrous — impact on the price of natural gas for U.S. consumers.
There is no better way to jack up the price of natural gas than to get relief for the gas bubble.
Experts say export economics from Oregon are a slam dunk, potentially doubling the price that Canadian and U.S. producers net for their gas domestically. A $5 billion export terminal could also double the local jobs and tax revenues discussed under an importing scenario — a handsome prospect given Oregon’s economic stagnation.
Earthquake in Ellis County. Spill in Flower Mound.
Just thought you should know in case you are keeping track of all the drilling induced earthquakes.
Small earthquake rattles Ellis County
And, Spilliams spilled again in Flower Mound. It happened last Friday but I forgot to let you know. It was about 8,000 gallons of flowback. If you’re making notches on your belt for every Williams spill, pretty soon you will need a new belt.
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Runner Susan says
Your new site is BEAUTIFUL just like you! I loves it.
With all this export of gas, us peasants in the gas patch continue to pay the “pollution penalty”. We’re ruined and the foreigners get clean gas!
Mike H. says
Wow, 6 years ago LNG proponents were saying this:
Now they can’t wait to convert those LNG Terminals to export gas. What happened to “free market economics”, where abundant gas should drop even further in price? Or, “energy independence” by using gas? How many power plants are switching from coal to gas now?
Tad Ghost Hole says
Those lying thieving bahsterds…