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U.S. liquefied natural gas is not an option for Europe.
The upside seems limited; the downside seems limitless.
Transit needs to use more domestically produced energy.
Real Money's Glenn Williams said Southern's forward costs are going to drop, which is even better news than earnings exceeding expectations.
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Real Money's Glenn Williams says there is plenty of natural gas. The issue is transportation.
How does Glenn Williams know solar is gaining traction? Because Warren Buffett's company is building the world's largest solar farm.
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