California Researcher Makes Seven Recommendations in Fight Against Oil Monopoly

Jerry Fenning, an investigator with Western Research Institute (http://www.wrii.org), has written three book-sized reports in which he says America is facing one of the biggest giveaways in its history by shipping its natural gas resources overseas. In his latest report, which has just been published, he proposes seven recommendations to use natural gas to fuel the country's transportation system.

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"America is facing one of the biggest giveaways in its history if it allows its natural gas resources to be shipped overseas."

Boise, ID (PRWEB) July 19, 2014

Western Research Institute (http://www.wrii.org), announced this week its publication of the latest of three reports by California author Jerry Fenning on the fight over replacing diesel fuel with natural gas. According to Fenning, "America is facing one of the biggest giveaways in its history if it allows its natural gas resources to be shipped overseas." He proposes ways to help prevent this from happening.

Fenning outlines seven recommendations to accomplish this and provides further data to support his positions. The book is titled Recommendations: The Fight Over Using Natural Gas for Transportation.

The other two reports published in 2012 and 2013 respectively are titled: How America Can Stop Importing Foreign Oil &Those Preventing It From Happening and The Fight Over Using Natural Gas for Transportation: The Antagonists. All of the texts are, available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and on most ebook readers.

The manuscripts detail how the oil monopoly has frustrated the conversion to natural gas of the nation's trucking industry, thus preventing the elimination of pollution which damages people's health and leads to thousands of early deaths, according to multiple research studies.

Fenning wants to persuade colleges, universities, hospitals and other institutions to phase out diesel powered trucks from third party vendors who enter their property when delivering services and products. A systematic transition to alternative fueled vehicle would occur over time.

The author has spent two years researching the advantages and disadvantages of using natural gas as a fuel for transportation and feels passionately about the need for this country to convert to natural gas to fuel its trucks, buses and trains. America possesses almost unlimited reserves of natural gas which should be used to benefit all Americans on a domestic basis. The elimination of the diesel fuel monopoly would likely reduce the high prices that motorists and industry pay at the pump.

But it is not likely going to happen because the powers that be with the complicity of politicians are even now building huge export facilities to ship America's natural gas resources overseas.

For further information contact:
Jerry Fenning
909-376-7518
jfenning123(at)gmail(dot)com

Charles Hoppins
208-703-5709
hoppins(at)earthlink(dot)net

See also web sites: http://www.wrii.org and http://www.natgas-rpt.com.


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