Fact Sheet: Comparing U.S. LNG AND Coal Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas’ “LNG and Coal Life Cycle Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Emissions” report quantifies the environmental benefits of replacing coal with U.S. exported liquefied natural gas (LNG) in five key international markets. This lifecycle analysis found that in every scenario considered, exporting U.S.-produced natural gas to Germany, Japan, South Korea, China, […]

Infographic: Legislation Providing Regulatory Certainty Needed for LNG Exports

Clear and Consistent Process Will Stimulate Economic Growth and Job Creation Allowing the sale of U.S. natural gas abroad will create thousands of jobs in the United States, generate millions of dollars in new tax revenue for federal, state, and local governments, and supply our allies and trading partners with a reliable source of energy.[1] […]

National Energy Technology Laboratory: Study on the Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Exporting Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from the United States

The U.S Department of Energy recently released a study conducted by the National Energy Technology Laboratory which found that U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Europe and Asia would significantly reduce global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. While it was previously known that increased natural gas usage could help the U.S. reduce its own GHG […]

Infographic: American LNG Can Improve European Energy Security

President Obama, Secretary of State Kerry and leaders of the European Union have clearly stated that additional global supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG) will “benefit Europe and other strategic partners.” The President has the opportunity to send a clear signal that the U.S. is committed to enhancing the collective energy security of our allies and […]

Global Benefits of Increased US LNG Exports

Download the full fact sheet The benefits of the shale energy boom in the United States are the subject of much attention, but this energy revolution will also provide important international benefits as the prospect of US liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports becomes more apparent. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the factors that […]

Experts: The U.S. Has an Abundant Supply of Natural Gas

Download the entire fact sheet.   Reserve Estimate (Tcf) Potential Gas Committee 2,689 ICF 3,850 U.S. Geological Survey 1,720 Advanced Resources International 1,189   Brookings Institution, “Liquid Markets: Assessing the Case for U.S. Exports of Liquefied Natural Gas” (May 2, 2012): “There have been a number of reports and studies that attempt to identify the […]

DOE Macroeconomic Study on LNG Exports: Key Findings

Download the PDF DOE MACROECONOMIC STUDY ON LNG EXPORTS: KEY FINDINGS LNG AN ECONOMIC WINNER FOR THE ENTIRE U.S. ECONOMY “[F]or every one of the market scenarios examined, net economic benefits increased as the level of LNG exports increased. In particular, scenarios with unlimited exports always had higher net economic benefits than corresponding cases with limited exports.” […]

What Others Are Saying

Read what other independent experts and public officials are saying about LNG exports. “We believe, however, that LNG exports can buttress US geopolitical leadership and trade, while at the same time continuing to support low domestic natural gas prices and a renaissance in domestic manufacturing. In addition LNG exports offer the potential for lower global […]

The Benefits of LNG Exports

Download the PDF Introduction Selling some of America’s abundant natural gas resources in global markets represents a major opportunity for the United States to create thousands of new jobs, grow our manufacturing base, generate billions of dollars in additional royalties and new government revenues and expand the benefits of U.S. trade. Thanks to technological advances, […]

Natural Gas Exports Create Jobs

Download the PDF Introduction Liquefied natural gas exports represent an enormous opportunity not only to increase U.S. trade, but also to create thousands of new American jobs. These jobs would not only be created at each LNG facility, but throughout the entire value chain, by employing people such as steel workers, turbine manufacturers, pipefitters and […]