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“Increased U.S. natural gas exports” ≠ “higher U.S. prices”

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Guest “Can you say bass-ackwards?” by David Middleton Increased U.S. natural gas exports = higher U.S. prices: Who knew?By Kurt Cobb, originally published by Resource InsightsFebruary 6, 2022 Few people…

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