Access to federal lands could prevent gas shocks
Rice University study recommends trading Alaska gas development for E&P access to closed Lower 48 federal lands
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Spening federal lands to oil and gas exploration won’t free the United States from its growing dependence on natural gas imports, but it could protect the country from future global supply disruptions caused by possible formation of an OPEC-like gas cartel, according to a study released in November....
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