Exporting natural gas would be costly for most in the U.S., but good for Ohio landowners

As an increase in supply drives down the price of natural gas domestically, oil and gas industry officials are calling for natural gas to be exported so that the price can increase on the world market, Crain's Cleveland Business reports. While this move would almost certainly raise oil and gas prices for most businesses and citizens in the United States, it would also likely cause the industry to grow in Ohio and make the hydrocarbon-rich land in Ohio more valuable to lease, the article said. 

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