And despite all the Malthusian nonsense, we've still got plenty of oil and natural gas, reports the National Journal's Amy Harder.
Ontario buys wind energy at a price 50% higher than it would have to pay for electricity from natural gas.
But if Clinton waded into the natural gas debate, she entirely avoided the Keystone one.
|natural gas |
A mixture of hydrocarbon gases that occurs naturally beneath the Earth's surface, often with or near petroleum deposits. Natural gas contains mostly of methane but also has varying amounts of ethane, propane, butane, and nitrogen. It is used as a fuel and in making organic compounds.