Jarrett Renshaw and Trevor Hunnicutt of Reuters report that the White House has ruled out a ban on natural gas exports this winter.
- Implementing an energy export ban would increase costs for consumers and limit the global energy supply.
- Policymakers can build upon this momentum by repealing the Jones Act.
- To reduce energy costs for consumers and avoid an energy crisis, lawmakers should reduce regulatory barriers to allow the private sector to thrive.
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