Commodities researcher Jeff Currie told CNBC on Tuesday Donald Trump’s administration needs to produce a stronger energy policy.
Currie, head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, explained on “Power Lunch” that the policy should focus on producing natural gas.
“If you actually have a commitment behind the ability to produce gas, then you’ll see the investment on the downstream or demand side to actually consume the gas,” he said. “Without that commitment behind shale gas, you don’t get that commitment for the consumption.”
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