It’ll take time and money to get American natural gas to Europe
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Significantly boosting America's liquefication capabilities could take years and cost billions. Plus: Crypto miners turn to "stranded" natural gas.
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Turning enough gas into liquid so that it can be shipped is a stumbling block.
It's a trend that's been spurred on by the pandemic.
Usually the gas is burned off at the well. Environmentalists say using it for mining incentivizes more drilling.
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