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[GreenYes] Re: A clarification


My guess is Susan meant petroleum? NG is mostly methane--found in
underground reservoirs, but also scavenged in the petroleum refining process
(and siphoned out of landfills, of course). In any case, it¹s a hydrocarbon
and getting more expensive every day. Just a decade ago the US had the
cheapest NG in the world, now it is the most expensive. Any cost-benefit
analysis you read from the early 1990s may be suspect.

db

on 2/6/06 12:53 PM, Jerry Powell at jpowell@no.address wrote:

> Regarding plastic bag manufacture, please be aware that a substantial amount
> of polyethylene produced in North America is derived from natural gas, not
> oil.
>
> Jerry Powell
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> (503) 233-1305
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> jpowell@no.address
>



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