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Argument: Pickens wisely replaces oil imports with domestic natural gas

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"What Pickens Has Right, What He Has Wrong". ClimateProgress. 28 July 2008 - "Pickens’ plan to substitute natural gas for imported oil is consistent with national policy today, but that policy needs to be revised. Natural gas in various forms — liquefied (LNG), compressed (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), a byproduct of natural gas production and oil refining — is classified under federal law as one of the fuels we should be using more to cut oil imports."

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