"Increased supply from shale gas appears to have changed the production profile; we have seen similar scenarios occur after past spikes. The inherent lags between changes in drilling and production created natural gas spikes over the last 10 years and will continue to do so after this and every trough. All Americans paid a high price for over-reliance on natural gas in the last 10 years. Our country cannot afford to repeat that mistake." -- Edward Stones, representing Dow Chemical Co. in testimony before the US Senate, 2009 [1]In his...

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