Natural gas production had been in decline since the fracking boom that began in the middle of the previous decade. Production grew in the U.S. by an astounding 51 percent which pushed the U.S. back into the global lead.
The data shows a sustained slow decline in South Jersey, ongoing population spikes in swaths of Chester and Montgomery Counties, and stability in Bucks and Delaware Counties.
Natural gas production in the Appalachian region has grown faster than capacity to move the gas into U.S. markets, pushing down local prices. Natural gas is increasing prices
Today, it’s going for a complete 360 with a hungry drive to beat the United States at the renewable energy game. After all, this is largely a technology game, and China hopes to be the global technology leader...