If Markey and Holt succeed, coastal states would lose out on approximately $150 billion over the next 60 years.
An extended coastline could net the state an extra $342-480 million dollars annually – money currently being expropriated by the federal government.
Commentary: U.S. Policy Makers Should Begin Transition to Natural Gas Economy in Next Congress, Rep. Cassidy Says
Domestic Energy Development Could Help Restore Manufacturing Base and Boost Dollar America’s substantial supplies of natural gas should be further emphasized and considered as a stable, clean and affordable energy source in the next Congress, Rep. William Cassidy (R-La.) told The Pelican Institute in an exclusive interview.