Editorial: Why natural gas should be part of our environmental strategy

Published by
Chicago Tribune

Like the commodity itself, the market for natural gas is notoriously volatile. Demand rises or falls whenever the weather goes off track, and supply disruptions periodically send prices soaring. In recent months, natural gas prices have shot up as demand increased and supply fell short across the globe. Most Chicagoans think of natural gas as the stuff that heats their homes, but it’s also vital for industry. The latest gas shortages have raised the price of electricity in Europe and forced some factories to shut down, which in turn reduces the supply of gas-dependent products such as aluminum…

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