The WSJ drills into the causes of a natural gas crunch and discovers that the widely popular fuel is fast burning out, thanks to federal policies and industry economics. With prices high, experts estimate that this crisis could last for well close to a decade. Alaska now seems to be a potent back-up resource with producers getting around the problem of lack of shipping by reinjecting the gas into their own wells to boost oil production.
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