The U.S. is producing so much natural gas that it should bulk up its exports, oilman Harold Hamm said Friday on CNBC.
There was a glut of nat gas on the market for a while, but supply and demand is coming back in line—helped in part by the colder winter, Hamm said. "We're seeing price coming into a range where you can go out and drill for gas again."
Since the U.S. has more than enough supply to service its needs, "we should be exporting natural gas," he contended.
As for oil, America is on track to be energy independent in the next decade, Hamm said. But he doesn't see the U.S. as an exporter of crude.