Energy: The future's a gas - The Economist

Energy: The future's a gas

Energy: The future's a gas - The Economist
Energy: The future's a gas
Published Aug 28, 2004
1364 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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Why worry about high oil prices, when a boom in natural gas may be on the way? EVEN as headlines scream about $50 a barrel oil, energy firms and their investors are becoming increasingly excited about its likeliest replacement: not wind...

  
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