While it does exceed each individual renewable, the total size of the market is so much larger that I'm not sure how completely relevant that is. I'd be interested to see where these dollars go and why. For example, do the go to northeast producers? That would make sense as it is an Isolated market that needs winter gas. Cause there isn't much storage and takeaway capacity isn't there yet, the producers have a hard time making it through non-winter months given the differential they trade at through much of the year. If subsidies encourage more uniform production and avoid such significant winter supply shock, that could be a good investment. I did the math, the annual subsidy amounts to about 2 BCF of gas a day (at market price). That is about 2.5-3% of domestic production.