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LNG Exports Remain a Win-Win for U.S. Economy, Manufacturing, Environment

Washington, D.C.: Over the past few months the Center for Liquefied Natural Gas has written extensively about the widespread benefits that increased levels of liquefied natural gas (LNG) would have on the U.S. economy, manufacturing industry and national security, as well as global greenhouse benefits. In light of the consideration of H.R. 6 on the [...]

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 [...]

CLNG Responds to Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Hearing on LNG Exports

Washington, D.C.: Following today’s Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing, “How to harness a game-changing resource for export, domestic consumption, and transportation fuel”, Center for Liquefied Natural Gas President Bill Cooper issued this statement: “As evidenced by today’s hearing, the United States has the natural gas resources and economic ability to meet our domestic [...]

Washington Post LTE: A strong argument for exporting liquefied natural gas

A strong argument for exporting liquefied natural gas 13 June 2014 The June 10 Economy & Business article “Report casts doubt on clean-gas argument” missed the main conclusion of an Energy Department report on the life cycle greenhouse-gas emissions of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports. That conclusion stated that, in the majority of scenarios [...]