Low natural gas prices are leading to increased exploration and development – creating jobs and adding infrastructure, says Bloomberg News. The increased interest in the industry has led to $226 billion in spending on pipelines, storage, processing facilities and power plants. Much of that money will be spent in the next five years. Read more […]
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