- Tight Gas & Oil
- Gas Hydrates
Lackluster growth in domestic demand means that U.S. natural gas producers have to look to export markets for salvation.
Low crude prices and lack of gas-directed drilling bump up against growing demand. The result could be a price jump for U.S. natural gas.
Chesapeake entered the shale boom in the Barnett on its way to becoming the second-largest natural gas driller in the U.S.
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