You Can’t Eat Without Natural Gas

Through Heidi Heitkamp

The United Nations World Food Program has called 2022 the “Year of Unprecedented Hunger”. It is claimed that up to 828 million people around the world go to bed hungry every day and 50 million are “on the brink of starvation”. WFP expects the rate of global hunger to increase further due to economic and inflationary pressures, including a fertilizer crisis, caused by shortages in natural gas supplies.

The US can once again serve as a beacon for a suffering world, putting aside political gimmicks and investing in natural gas infrastructure to strengthen global security and help fight world hunger. You Can’t Eat Without Natural Gas

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