By Edward McAllister NEW YORK, Oct 29 (Reuters) - With both U.S. presidential candidates calling for a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, the country's consumption of natural gas should rise under the next administration no matter who wins the White House. Natural gas for electricity generation and industry will be key to the energy plans of either Republican John McCain or Democrat Barack Obama, said experts, who consider natural gas a bridge between oil and future renewable energy ...
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