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Oil & Gas

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Published on Aug 31, 2011

We have so much natural gas that we could power the entire country for 300 years, yet we don't use hardly any of it. Why? Because we don't the distribution infrastructure and the use case for wholesale use at the personal level. What if we created gas pipe lines all over the country to all cities and then trucks could distribute to local gas stations with natural gas pumps? What if all power plants were converted to natural gas (no nuclear or coal needed). What if we then would then sell oil and coal to other countries and use that revenue to pay down our debt and be self sufficient? How many millions of people would be at work making the steel for the pipe lines, and the tanker trucks, and making the pumps, and the gas liquification plants and the fences and the earth moving equipment that would be needed and the technology to meter the gas and car companies to develop new gas turbines and retrofit existing engines at the factory and mechanics to retrofit existing on the road engines to natural gas? Talk about a stimulus!

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