CEA’s Michael Whatley discussed the importance of pipelines for an environmentally sound energy policy in the Washington Examiner.
Thanks to America’s ongoing energy revolution, oil isn’t the only source of energy that’s selling at bottom-of-the-barrel prices. Natural gas is too – and it’s saving consumers some big bucks. A recent study by IHS Economic, commissioned by the National Association of Manufacturers, says that record-sized increases in U.S. shale gas production and its accompanying lower natural gas prices in 2015 contributed $156 billion to real disposable income — which means the average American family had an extra $1,337 in disposable income.
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