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Call it a rebranding of "energy dominance."
In a press release published on Tuesday, two Department of Energy officials used the terms "freedom gas" and "molecules of US freedom" to replace your average, everyday term "natural gas."
The press release was fairly standard, announcing the expansion of a Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) terminal at the Freeport facility on Quintana Island, Texas. It would have gone unnoticed had an E&E News reporter not noted the unique metonymy "molecules of US freedom." arstechnica.com...
originally posted by: FredT
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
This even trumps "Freedom Fries".
I wonder if I can talk my wife into the fact that my personal gas emissions are henceforth known as 'Freedom Gas" and if she protests she is a communist?
Liquified Natural Gas (LNG)
This love affair with fossil fuels is also beating a dead horse. given that the levelized cost of renewable's is now at or below the cost of fossil fuels.
originally posted by: EternalSolace
Just curious, so when the world is able to harvest nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide, methane, and oxygen...
Can I call my fart freedom farts?!