Issue Date: January 28, 2013
Gas Exports Turn Contentious
A growing number of chemical makers are arguing that newly abundant natural gas extracted from shale in the U.S. should be used to spur manufacturing growth at home instead of being sent overseas.
The largest U.S. chemical company, Dow Chemical, has left the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) over that group’s support of liquified natural gas (LNG) exports. Dow also has called on the carpet the . . .
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