On Sat, 8 Dec 2001 Spudboy100@aol.com wrote:
> A sweet spot, in the article declares that if oil reaches $27.00 per barrel,
> the price of converting natural gas into gasoline becomes attractive. This is
> a compelling focus for myself, after reading how much natural gas exists in
> and outside US boarders and how it could be used in substitute for petroleum
> to manufacture gasoline.
But I doubt in the short term we have the conversion capacity for this to
be particularly useful. As with many other things its the inertia against
the rapid construction of manufacturing capacity that hangs you out to dry.
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