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Analyst Says Exploration of "Unconventional Gas" Sources May Be Looming

Catherine Elder, RW Beck senior director and head of the firm’s fuels practice, says that the growing number of LNG terminal proposals in the United States stems from the idea that importing gas is cheaper than cultivating domestic sources, and not neces
December 4, 2005

Catherine Elder, RW Beck senior director and head of the firm’s fuels practice, says that the growing number of LNG terminal proposals in the United States stems from the idea that importing gas is cheaper than cultivating domestic sources, and not necessarily because the nation needs LNG. She prefers alternative domestic sources of “unconventional gas” such as coal, shale and sand. The story is in Friday’s NGI’s Daily Gas Price Index. [Subscription required]

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