Natural Gas Exports

Republican Presidential Candidates Debate On Economy In New Hampshire

“As Secretary of Energy, and in line with the President’s Executive Order to promote energy independence and economic growth, I directed Departmental staff to review and reduce regulatory burdens on the American people. Through our ongoing efforts, we will promote job creation and economic growth, unleash American energy dominance, and advance the energy security of… Keep reading →

NAFTA And Natural Gas

Economic And Environmental Impact Of Gulf Oil Spill Deepens

Natural Gas Exports To Mexico will loom large in NAFTA negotiations.

John Kerry Speaks At SelectUSA 2013 Investment Summit

Cairo and Washington both see the upcoming dialogue as a means of signaling that political disagreements will not torpedo the core relationship anytime soon. On August 2, Secretary of State John Kerry visited Cairo to begin the U.S.-Egypt Strategic Dialogue. The high-level exchange reflects both countries’ desire to emphasize shared regional interests over the political… Keep reading →

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Just when it looked like Sino-American relations were finally starting to improve, new satellite images last week showed troubling developments. China has been building artificial islands on reefs in the Spratly islands in the South China Sea at an alarming pace. Not that this would be alarming news per se, but the reefs have been,… Keep reading →

BC tanker

British Columbia’s (BC) once high-flying liquefied natural gas (LNG) ambitions are taking yet another hit. The one-time goal of the Canadian province to have several LNG projects exporting gas to the Asia-Pacific market has already stalled amid plunging global oil and natural gas prices. Now, the Petronas–led C$36 billion (US$32 billion) Pacific Northwest LNG Project… Keep reading →

An tanker is docked on June 05, 2010 off

Mozambique, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon are all looking at floating LNG export projects as potential ways to bring their natural gas reserves to market. “But the Cameroonian Float­ing LNG project, announced on Christmas Day 2014 as a three way Heads of Agreement (the HOA) between Golar LNG Ltd (Golar) Societe Nationale de Hy­drocarbures (SNH) and… Keep reading →

Obama To Deliver Major Climate Change Speech

Surging US natural gas production is increasingly bumping up against infrastructure constraints, and while billions of dollars of investment in incremental pipeline capacity has been announced, numerous challenges remain. Environmental concerns, pipeline opposition, regulatory uncertainty and financial challenges represent short-term headwinds to an industry with an optimistic long-term outlook. These are some of the findings… Keep reading →

The new chief of the International Energ

 US natural gas will soon be exported to Asian markets in the form of LNG, and while this represents a major step change in global gas trade, US volumes alone will not solve the region’s gas demand challenges. This is one of the points IEA Executive Director Maria Van der Hoeven made today in remarks… Keep reading →

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Analysts at investment bank Credit Suisse cut their 2015 benchmark global oil price expectations in the face of bearish fundamentals, forecasting Brent to average $97 per barrel and WTI to average $89/bbl. All eyes are on Saudi Arabian exports, which are currently at the lower end of the historical spectrum and could decrease further when… Keep reading →

Oil Prices Rise As BP Shuts Pipeline

Project partners and the State of Alaska filed a permit application with FERC on Friday to export an estimated 35 trillion cubic feet of natural gas reserves from Alaska’s North Slope. The mammoth project could cost between $45 billion and $65 billion and would involve constructing an 800-mile pipeline in addition to gas processing, liquefaction… Keep reading →

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