The U.S. has enough natural gas reserves to export the energy source without significant jumps in domestic prices, according to the Bipartisan Policy Center. "The price of U.S. natural gas will influence LNG export levels far more than LNG exports will influence domestic prices," the report said. It also noted that much of the domestic natural gas demand will be for industrial uses, a finding that supports the American Chemistry Council's recent prediction of up to 46,000 permanent new chemical industry jobs in the U.S.

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