Category Archives: Export Licenses

Rep. Higgins Introduces LNG Bill

Rep. Clay Higgins (R-Louisiana) today introduced H.R. 3367, “to remove barriers placed on U.S. exporters so they can quickly access the market and meet the global demand of natural gas.” Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-Louisiana) is the main Senate sponsor. The bill would amend the Natural Gas Act to require all LNG export license requests to […]

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Categories: Congress, D.O.E., Export Licenses, U.S. House


USA Today: Editorial for U.S. LNG Exports

The editorial board of USA Today chimed in on LNG Exports in an editorial: “Exporting Natural Gas Would Not Hurt the United States,” and while we think it would benefit the USA, we certain agree with their logic: The keep-it-here crowd argues that the [gas] is needed at home, and that exports would cause domestic […]

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Categories: Editorial, Export Licenses, Prices


WaPo: Editorial for U.S. LNG Exports

In an editorial (Natural Gas Exports Offer Much to the U.S. Economy) The Washington Post editorial board notes that “the boom in natural-gas production has been a dazzling bright spot,” and goes on to enumerate some specific benefits: A potentially significant reduction in the U.S. trade deficit, which would mean less need for the United […]

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Categories: Coal, D.O.E., Editorial, Export Licenses