My blog post (this post) is just a refer to another article. See,
Tarika Powell, ‘Tacoma Steering into Uncertain Waters | Sightline Institute’ (Jan. 13, 2016), online at < http://www.sightline.org/2016/01/13/tacoma-steering-into-uncertain-waters/ > [accessed 4 February 2016]
See also, Doriss, Oliver, ‘Even If I Didn’t Live Here I Wouldn’t Want This’, (feb. 1,2016), online at http://www.oliverdoriss.com/2016/02/01/even-if-i-didnt-live-here-i-wouldnt-want-this/ [accessed 4 February 2016]
Just a thought, methane when does U.S. run out?
Methane (natural gas) extraction within U.S. must have a limit able to be mined. Extracted and gone forever. So, where are we at with our proven methane U.S. reserves? See generally, ‘List of Countries by Natural Gas Proven Reserves’, (Wikipedia) (2016) online at <https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_countries_by_natural_gas_proven_reserves&oldid=701367891> [accessed 4 February 2016]
What’s going to happen when our U.S. methane reserve is low and gone?
- Our U.S. gas utility prices increase;
- no more gas for U.S. customers unless import; and
- gas prices will be negotiated on a world gas commodity markplace.
Therefore, we don’t need to be exporting our methane (natural gas) anywhere outside the U.S. now and tomorrow.