Deb Nardone

Exporting Natural Gas to Foreign Markets Doesn't Serve U.S. Interests

In recent years, the natural gas industry has plunged deeper and deeper into the reckless practice of "fracking," putting communities nationwide at risk of dirty, dangerous pollution and practices that are exempt from many clean air and water laws. Now gas profiteers have realized that there's even more money to be made by liquefying the gas and shipping it overseas. So what if it comes at the cost of our air, water, and health? 

We could soon see more gas exported per day than we currently use to generate electricity. That would mean a lot more fracking — a dangerous process that involves pumping millions of gallons of water, sand, and a secret cocktail of toxic chemicals underground to force out natural gas. 

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