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Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted February 28, 2014

The scope of shale energy’s benefits and their impact on the United States – jobs, economic stimulus and increased energy security – seems ever-expanding.  Speakers at Bloomberg’s “Energy 2020” event described energy reserves large enough and technologies so advanced that Americans can contemplate a far friendlier future than would have been possible just a few years ago.

GE Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt:

“A lot is taking place in natural gas. People historically have viewed this as a transition fuel. Now it’s becoming more of a baseload fuel. There’s more supply diversity, it’s viewed incrementally as cleaner and an interim solution to environmental issues. We see that taking place.”

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Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted February 28, 2014

The folks at Energy In Depth have a great video out that captures the key role natural gas is playing in the regeneration of U.S. manufacturing. 

It’s fairly simple: Because of available, affordable natural gas U.S. manufacturers are finding it more economical to conduct operations right here at home – producing more, hiring more, contributing more to the economy. As the video depicts, natural gas will help support more than 500,000 new U.S. manufacturing jobs by 2020.


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Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted October 23, 2013

Good-news posts are better than good. They’re great. What follows is double-barrel oil and natural gas good news – starting with data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) on North American natural gas production from shale. The short story: North America is No. 1 in the world.

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