LNG Exports Mean Economic Growth

Natural gas exports could create between 75,000 and 150,000 new American jobs, generate millions of dollars in new tax revenue, and improve the U.S. trade balance.

Study Finds LNG an Economic Winner for the United States

A report released by the U.S. Department of Energy finds that LNG exports would result in “net economic benefits” for the United States.

LNG Exports: What Are They Saying?

Independent experts and public officials make the case for free trade in natural gas.

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ICYMI: CLNG’s Bill Cooper for the Houston Chronicle: Crises offer opportunity for U.S. energy markets

Crises offer opportunity for U.S. energy markets By Bill Cooper April 18, 2013 Currently, there are LNG import terminals operating in Europe, with more under construction in Lithuania, Poland, Belgium and Italy. Additional facilities are planned in Ukraine, Latvia, Estonia and Croatia. European leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and ambassadors from the Visegrad Group, [...]

ICYMI: The Hill: LNG exports will help small businesses

Note: Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council chief economist Raymond Keating explains that small businesses will benefit from enhanced economic growth driven by LNG exports LNG exports will help small businesses By Raymond Keating April 3, 2014 According to the Center for Liquefied Natural Gas, each new terminal created to ship LNG overseas could generate more [...]