Editorial comment ///

No, I am not calling for an Arab Winter for the overthrow of more dictators in the Middle East. Nor am I issuing a call to action for occupying the Department of the Interior offices in Washington D.C. to protest against slow deepwater permitting policies in the Gulf of Mexico. Both of these are worthwhile causes, but I am echoing Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon’s call for a natural gas demand revolution to match the supply revolution that has taken place through shale gas exploration and production.

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