By: Russia Today, News Network
Just a few years ago, pundits claimed that the US would be a major LNG importer—now they're saying the US will be a major exporter. The truth, says Casey Chief Energy Investment Strategist Marin Katusa in an RT interview, lies somewhere in between. Compared to its global competitors, says Marin, "America is a bit behind the eight ball, so to become a major player, they have to start getting their act together."
This interview was recorded at the Casey Research Summit in October. You can hear much more about where the US might be going in the eye-opening panel discussion from the Summit, "The Myth of American Energy Independence," with Marin and high-caliber guests from the uranium and oil & gas sectors, including former US Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham and Lady Barbara Judge, chairman emeritus of the US Atomic Energy Authority.
Hear these and more than 30 other speakers discuss the most pressing topics investors and free-market advocates face today, such as: Where to find reliable yield in a volatile market… how to protect yourself (and your assets) from ever-greater government intrusion… the 5 top tech trends you should watch (and they may not be what you think)… and much more. You can listen to every presentation, every panel discussion, every workshop from the comfort of your home or car—on CD and MP3. Learn more here.
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