In response to the publication of the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Annual Energy Outlook 2017, Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG) Executive Director Charlie Riedl issued the following statement: “As with previous years, EIA’s latest Annual Energy Outlook makes a compelling case in favor of continued and expanded U.S. LNG exports. The projections in […]
Earlier this year the Energy Information Administration (EIA) published a study on the effect natural gas exports will have on the U.S. energy market. By comparing four different scenarios based on varying high and low production and export rates, EIA’s conclusions were less than definitive. Expert opinion, however, is that the EIA’s “low export/slow growth” […]
Gas Business Briefing (sub req’d): White House supportive of LNG exports (6/25/12) Click here for original article.
Houston Chronicle: Lawmakers urge US to speed up natural gas exports (7/2/12) Nearly two dozen lawmakers are pressing the Obama administration to open the door for more exports of liquefied natural gas. The push comes amid a surge in domestic natural gas production from shale rock formations that has caused a glut of the fossil […]
An extensive study by the Brookings Institution found significant benefits from selling some of America’s abundant natural gas supplies in the form of liquefied natural gas (LNG), which will create jobs, stimulate our economy and help the environment. For one, Brookings found that any impact on natural gas prices and consumers would be modest. Not […]