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Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) Biography

Con to the question "Can Alternative Energy Effectively Replace Fossil Fuels?"

“Non-hydroelectric renewable energy sources comprise 2 percent of the energy consumed to generate electricity in the U.S. Today’s U.S. energy demand – and future demand — cannot be met by renewables alone. Natural gas must play a significant role.”

“Carbon Reduction Requires Natural Gas,”, Feb. 13, 2008


“NGSA represents suppliers that produce and market natural gas.

Established in 1965, NGSA encourages the use of natural gas within a balanced national energy policy, and promotes the benefits of competitive markets to ensure reliable and efficient transportation and delivery of natural gas and to increase the supply of natural gas to U.S. customers. NGSA’s members produce approximately one-third of the U.S. natural gas supply.”

“About NGSA,” (accessed Mar. 19, 2009)


“NGSA’s Mission: A competitive U.S. natural gas market supported by appropriate regulations.”

“About NGSA,” (accessed Mar. 19, 2009)

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