CERA Analyst Jim Osten: There's A Permanent Oversupply Of Natural Gas

For those interested in natural gas, CNBC held a good, brief debate on it between bull Arthur Gelberg, and Jim Osten of Camrbridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), who argues that we’re basically looking at a permanent sate of oversupply.

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