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Recent LNG Developments

Congress is now in recess for the Thanksgiving holiday, with both chambers scheduled to reconvene early during the week of Nov. 28 to pass another stop-gap government funding bill and to address a few other matters. One item still on the agenda is the legislation that would set a new statutory deadline on the Department […]

Categories: A.P.I., Congress, Czech Republic, D.O.E., Estonia, Europe, Hungary, Latvia, Legislation, Lithuania, LNG Allies, Our Energy Moment, Poland, Slovak Republic, U.S. House, U.S. Senate

LNG Legislation Still Matters

Sometimes on the public policy battlefield it makes sense to lay down your non-lethal weapons (such as bulleted one-pagers and email-tracked vehicles) and declare victory. However, with regard to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) legislation, that time has not yet come (despite last week’s electoral results). For reasons outlined below, the U.S. LNG export community […]

Categories: Congress, Czech Republic, DOE Queue, Estonia, Europe, Export License, Hungary, Latvia, Legislation, Lithuania, LNG Allies, Our Energy Moment, Poland, Slovak Republic, U.S. House, U.S. Senate

Evolution of an Issue

When I started LNG Allies two and a half years ago, the energy world was quite different. Crude oil prices were in the $110 per barrel range, natural gas at the Henry Hub was trading above $4.00 per million BTUs (mmbtu), and spot LNG deliveries to Asia were bringing nearly $18.00 as measured on the […]

Categories: Congress, D.O.E., Legislation, LNG Allies

Ambassadors Discuss Baltic Energy Security

LNG Allies held the second of a series of planned breakfast seminars on Wed. Nov. 19, to discuss energy security in the Baltic nations. The primary speakers were the ambassadors from Latvia, H.E. Andris Razāns, and Lithuania, Žygimantas Pavilionis. The ambassadors were preceded by Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL), chair of the House Baltic Caucus. Rep. […]

Categories: Energy Security, Latvia, Lithuania, LNG Allies

How the US Can Help Enhance EU Energy Security

The American Security Project (ASP), in conjunction with LNG Allies, held an event on Wed. July 30: Beyond Rhetoric: How The U.S. Can Help Enhance European Energy Security. The 90 minute session was moderated by ASP’s Andrew Holland and featured a panel of three experts: Robin L. Dunnigan, acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for […]

Categories: American Security Project, Energy Security, Europe, Fuel Diversity, Lithuania, LNG Allies, Rice University

Rep. Turner Addresses LNG Allies

Although the LNG Allies coalition has not launched officially, a dozen E.U. embassies and several U.S. natural gas industry representatives met today at the offices of Cornerstone Government Affairs on Capitol Hill to receive an update on congressional action on the LNG export issue and to meet the LNG Allies advocacy and communications team. Rep. […]

Categories: LNG Allies, U.S. House

Welcome to LNG Allies

Since Oct. 25, 1896, the New York Times has had a tagline that reads: “all the news that’s fit to print.” This motto has served that publication well for nearly a 120 years and we will also do our best to bring you all the news about LNG policy developments that’s fit to print. (And […]

Categories: Legislation, LNG Allies, U.S. House, U.S. Senate

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