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Transatlantic Energy Security Forum III

LNG Allies organized the Third Transatlantic Energy Security Forum (TESF III) at the Petroleum Club of Houston on Mon. March 19. Nearly 100 participants attended this half day conference which focused on the progress that U.S. LNG exporters and natural gas importers and end-users had made since TESF II was held in Houston in April […]

Categories: A.P.I., Delfin LNG, Driftwood LNG, Energy Security, Europe, Global Market, Lithuania, LNG Allies, Magnolia LNG, Our Energy Moment, Poland, Port Arthur LNG, Tellurian, U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Trade and Development Agency

Major Canadian LNG Export Paper Released

The School of Public Policy of the University of Calgary released a major research paper this week entitled: Risky Business, the Issue of Timing, Entry, and Performance in the Asia-Pacific LNG Market. Key conclusions: “Timing is one of the key challenges Canada faces. Producers around the world—including in the newly gas-rich United States—are racing to […]

Categories: Asia, Canada, Global Market

Important (Really!) Congressional Hearing

For six years (many moons ago), I worked for the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who used to joke that: “Congressional activity is an oxymoron, not unlike ‘military intelligence,’ or ‘cafeteria food.’ ” So, you can understand my reticence about putting the words ‘important’ and ‘hearing’ together in the same headline. Nonetheless, for those of […]

Categories: Congress, Energy Security, Europe, Fuel Diversity, Global Market, T.T.I.P., U.S. Senate, Ukraine

Nexant Officials Discuss Global Gas Model

Two officials from Nexant (U.K.) held a briefing at the United States Energy Association (USEA) to discuss how their firm’s proprietary World Gas Model (“a scenario tool”) was used to assess “the impact on the world gas market of LNG exports from North America.” Mike Fulwood and Brian Little (both principals with Nexant Global Gas) […]

Categories: Global Market, Think Tanks, U.S.

Articulating a Positive Message

Neither the U.S. Senate nor the House of Representatives will be in session this week and this “break in the action” gives those of us who strongly support expediting the flow of U.S. natural gas into the global marketplace a chance to catch our breath, read some recent news clips, and reflect on the arguments […]

Categories: Energy Security, Fuel Diversity, Global Market, Market Liquidity

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