American natural gas will help solve global energy poverty "3 billion people, nine times the United States population, are not as fortunate and lack access to clean, around-the-clock, reliable, and affordable energy. For billions across Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, and South America, that means turning to wood, charcoal, or plant residue and even dried animal waste for heating and cooking. Additionally, for 300 million children around the world, it means going to a school without electricity and studying under streetlights, if they are fortunate enough even to have those." Click below to read the full article https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/op-eds/american-natural-gas-will-help-solve-global-energy-poverty
Think of the last time the lights went out. When we lose power, we are immediately reminded by every inconvenience — by the inability to heat, cook, and charge our phones — of our complete dependence on reliable, affordable, on-demand energy.