America’s energy future rests on Georgia’s Senate runoffs
With the support of the Trump administration, the United States of America supercharged an energy revolution powered by clean, affordable, abundant and domestic natural gas.
We lead the world in lowered carbon emissions and have now reached a 30-year low in carbon dioxide emissions in large part due to the increased use of natural gas. We have also reduced our energy trade deficit by 87%, which has helped us greatly reduce our dependence on foreign sources of energy, including Russia. This has also helped American consumers, whose energy prices are significantly lower; in fact, a 2019 study concluded that the drop in the price of natural gas has resulted in 11,000 fewer winter deaths per year.