American Energy Coalition | Know The Facts About Natural Gas
  • e-alertbanner2

    Latest E-Alert

    U.S. Approves Second Natural Gas Export Application The Obama administration recently opened the door to a new era of U.S. energy exports, approving a second liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, according to a report by Reuters. The Energy Department’s approval of unrestricted natural gas exports from Freeport LNG’s Quintana Island, Texas, terminal ends nearly a two-year pause in its review Continue Reading

  • getTheFactsBanner

    Thinking of Switching to Gas? Get the Facts

    We understand why you’re thinking of converting from oil to gas. But before you make the switch, please take a look at these need–to–know facts: Have You Considered All of the “Hidden” Costs? It could cost between $4,500 and $11,000 to convert from oil to gas.* This figure DOES NOT include additional costs to run a gas line, line your Continue Reading

  • AEC-WebBanner4

    The Big Fracking Bubble: The Scam Behind the Gas Boom

    In-Depth Article Reveals Shady Practices in Natural Gas Industry Chesapeake Energy and other natural gas producers are taking financial and environmental risks that could come back to haunt the American public. That is the picture painted in an in-depth article published in the March issue of Rolling Stone magazine. The lengthy article focuses on Chesapeake and its President, Aubrey McLendon, Continue Reading

  • American Energy Coalition

    Sometimes Things Are Not What They Seem

    Here’s What the Gas Utilities Are Not Telling Us …   Historically, Oilheat Has Been a Better Value. In several northeastern states, Oilheat has been less expensive than utility gas, when you compare on a heating-capacity basis (BTU-for-BTU), nearly every year since 1988.1 Consider Efficiency, Not Price. You have to look beyond which energy source costs more (or less) from year to year and consider that Continue Reading