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Calculating the Benefits of US LNG Exports

LNG Allies today released an updated report that summarizes the potential for significant economic benefits and job growth from the U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry.  The report, conducted by ICF Inc., used the most current U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) data based on three cases in their 2018 Annual Energy Outlook (AEO) released in […]

Categories: E.I.A., Economics, GDP, Jobs, Uncategorized

LNG – Center of Trump’s Energy Plan

It is entirely fitting that the Trump administration’s current policy focus, “energy week,” is largely centered on American energy exports, particularly liquefied natural gas (LNG). After all, the U.S. LNG story is one of the most significant global energy developments of 2017. The United States now has one major operational LNG export terminal, five others […]

Categories: Baltic Nations, Cheniere - Sabine Pass, Economics, Energy Security, Latvia, Lithuania

Key Findings in AEO2015

On Tues. Apr. 14, the Energy Information Administration released its 2015 Annual Energy Outlook (PDF), with projections through 2040. Key findings in the section on Energy Production, Imports, and Exports: Natural Gas Production. [Annual] Lower 48 shale gas production (including natural gas from tight oil formations) increases by 73% in the Reference case, from 11.3 Trillion cubic feet (Tcf) in […]

Categories: E.I.A., Economics

EIA Releases Second LNG Economic Study

The Oct. 29 EIA report: Effect of Increased Levels of Liquefied Natural Gas Exports on U.S. Energy Markets builds upon the earlier report issued by EIA which considered the market effects of LNG exports ranging up to 12 billion cubic feet per day (BCF). The second report considered the higher scenario of up 20 BCF. Attached […]

Categories: A.N.G.A., A.P.I., D.O.E., E.I.A., Economics, Export License

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