ReserveGrowthDroolz wrote:A) FERC is a relic of the ol' Idiot Jimmy days, and thank God hasn't interfered near as much over the last 20 years as they used to, and I don't care about a proposal count, I care about what the latest industry estimates I found are. Free market knows more than FERC most any day of the week and twice on Sundays.
this is getting easier and easier, as your modus operandi becomes more apparent.
By no means is Jimmy Carter an idiot--you moron. And FERC is still reputable. Unlike FEMA destroyed by your neocons heros.
ReserveGrowthDroolz wrote:B) You mean like Honda Civics? I suppose you think there is a huge difference between a ICE that uses NG and one which uses gasoline? Ahhh....nope.
Ahhh....yep. Natural gas tanks, lines, carborators etc. are completely different and require different mounts, hoses, etc. This requires retooling.
ReserveGrowthDroolz wrote:C)My garage?
there you go again with that doomer nonsence. I don't think your neighbors would appreciate your Thunderdome Methane Pig herd in the garage. You might blow up the block.
ReserveGrowthDroolz wrote:D)You missed the natural gas pipeline structures already in place? Or aren't aware of peak and off peak issues just like electricity, mostly more seasonally than daily of course. Do you think maybe you need MORE than the 67 FERC spots you referenced? Not that I think we need that much considering the size of what a single LNG train can do.
Do not confuse the tiny little residential and retail natural gas distribution system with one needed for autofueling. Different scale that is impossible to install
given the density of the current infrastructure. Are you willing to have your house ripped up for the pipes.
ReserveGrowthDroolz wrote:E) Its already started. Otherwise I wouldn't be able to point out NG powered Honda Civics and their garage compressors, existing LNG points, pipelines criss crossing the country, NG storage fields, or any of the other goodies already built and ready to go.
sure. just like the much vaunted hydrogen fuel economy. What do you call an infrastructure that only exists in your over-active imagination RGD? How about virtualstructure
. Any others anyone?
ReserveGrowthDroolz wrote:NG is really a decent alternative for awhile, and as its fungibility approaches that of oil it will only become more obvious.
All quite reasonable dots to follow I might add.
Only for awhile
? What next? Fusion? Blacklight? Tesla coils? Venus gas?