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“While it’s important to move the world toward net-zero goals, preventing the use of fossil fuels, including natural gas, from the outset only hurts development and makes poor populations more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.” https://t.co/cpfPfWhtFB

Energy Citizens
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“Natural gas-fired electricity production in the US is expected to rise by 6% over the next few years” “Many of the planned nat. gas-fired capacity additions are located close to major shale plays across Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Florida & Texas” https://t.co/dm7Fk1dN2f

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With rising prices, “especially those revolving around natural gas, it is perplexing that there are those who are still in support of adding more fees to the energy sector. Nat. gas is under attack with the [reconciliation bill’s] proposed methane fee” https://t.co/iNic2urKqN

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“[N]atural gas has helped the U.S. deploy solar and wind power…Should there be a season where sunlight exposure significantly drops or the elements cause other renewables to fall short, natural gas can quickly adapt and provide a reliable backup.” https://t.co/cpfPfWhtFB

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President “Biden knows that the FTC is unlikely to turn up any illegal conduct. But unleashing the agency on energy companies gives the appearance of doing something while diverting public attention from the problem that is his own war on fossil fuels.” https://t.co/CcvLEUoFWB

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Days after “the White House said the president ‘is using every tool available to him to work to lower prices and address the lack of supply’, his Interior Department proposed to increase costs on American energy development…” https://t.co/AwKMcHGYsG

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“Natural gas is vital to Colorado, to keep our young people working and growing in Colorado.”
Maria D.
“I think U.S. dependence on foreign oil obviously is complicated, poses a lot of problems, threats, and the more independent we become, I think it only increases our national security.”
Al B.
“I don’t think that energy is a partisan issue – the use of natural gas should be in everyone’s best interest.”
Lorrie K.