The domestic natural gas industry experienced a spectacular growth during the two decades from 1950 to 1970. Demand for gas continues to rise and production has peaked at a time when the price for other energy sources is escalating. A price increase can stimulate production over the short term. Massive LNG imports can help the intermediate term supply. The long term natural gas situation is bleak and substitute natural gas sources must be employed. A conservation program and reordering of priorities for energy sources is essential for the United States as well as most industrial nations.
Caldwell, D. L., "The Role of Natural Gas and LNG in Supplying Our Energy Needs" (1974). UMR-MEC Conference on Energy. 17.
1st UMR-MEC Conference on Energy Resources (1974: Apr. 24-26, Rolla, MO)
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26 Apr 1974