The South Continues to Abandon Coal

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Some power producers across the nation waver between commodities, vacillating along with the prices of coal and natural gas. But those in the southeastern states have done nothing but reaffirm their commitment to the cleaner-burning fossil fuel. In this video, contributor Aimee Duffy discusses the pipeline players that are connecting the South with its natural gas supply.

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