well you tell me - do you think they are correct?Do you have a source to link that disprove's the US military claim?
and - again - i couldn't care less if we have or haven't passed "peak oil". it makes no difference whatsoever to the fact that we should start exploiting our own natural resources.
the failure of global demand to keep up with supply? could have sworn that was sort of the reverse of your argument but whatever.On to your new goal post:
U.S. Forecasts 42% Jump in LNG Imports in 2010, Says Supply May Go Higher
"U.S. imports of liquefied natural gas may rise 42 percent in 2010 to approximately 1.76 billion cubic feet per day, the Energy Department forecast today in its monthly Short-Term Energy Outlook.
The latest estimate for 2010 imports was 2.2 percent lower than the previous forecast. The department’s Energy Information Administration last month predicted imports of 1.8 billion cubic feet per day.
“While EIA currently expects U.S. LNG imports to increase by about 0.5 Bcf/d this year over last, the failure of global demand to keep pace with increased global supply could lead to even higher U.S. LNG imports than currently forecast,” the department said in the report. "