Category Archives: United States

LNG Associations: U.S. LNG in 2019

(Washington, D.C.) – The coming year is expected to make the United States the third largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the world, creating jobs stateside while reducing emissions and providing reliable energy to countries around the world. The American Petroleum Institute, Center for LNG, and LNG Allies, the three national trade associations […]

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Categories: United States


Time to Negotiate End to Tariffs

LNG Allies Urges “Serious, High-Level Negotiations” to End US-China Tariff Dispute WASHINGTON — August 3, 2018 — Bloomberg reports ( https://bloom.bg/2vxfIZf ) that China could levy “duties ranging from 5% to 25% . . . on 5,207 kinds of American imports if the U.S. delivers its proposed taxes on another $200 billion of Chinese goods, […]

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Categories: China, Tariffs, United States


Gallup: U.S. Energy Concerns Low

Gallup polling finds that 25% of American adults are greatly concerned about energy prices and access, which is the lowest level—albeit by a hair—in 18 years of their polling on the question. Politico (02 April): A new survey finds Americans do not prioritize an increase in U.S. oil, gas and coal supplies. Gallup found 34% […]

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Categories: Poll, United States


CGEP: Changing Global Gas Order

Dr. Tim Boersma (Senior Research Scholar) and Dr. Tatiana Mitrova (Fellow), two energy analysts from Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, recently penned an eight-page, wide-ranging paper entitled A Changing Global Gas Order. This is a quick and worthy read, but those of you looking for the nuggets, here goes: The U.S. shale energy […]

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Categories: Center on Global Energy Policy, Exporting Nations, Global Demand, Global Supply, Importing Nations, Shale Gas, United States


Kehoe: Lessons from the U.S. for Australia

John Kehoe, North America Correspondent for the Australian Financial Review, wrote a piece today that caught my attention: Lessons from the US for Australia’s Energy Crisis. Kehoe pointed out how the United States won’t suffer from the gas shortage issues that Australia faces. His key points: The United States has an incredible national natural gas pipeline […]

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Categories: Australia, Mineral Rights, Pipelines, United States


Timera: U.S. LNG Exports and Europe

London-based Timera Energy published a client brief today entitled: “U.S. [LNG] Export Flows, the Supply Glut, and Europe.” Timera observes that: “Europe is playing a ‘behind the scenes role’ in supporting the LNG market. U.S. export volumes are being priced, optimised, and hedged based on European hub price signals.” U.S. cargo flow decisions are strongly influenced by […]

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Categories: Europe, Henry Hub, Prices, Timera Energy, United States


Perry: Exporting LNG Makes Good Sense

Darius Dixon (Politico) writes: Federal policy has “artificially affected supply and demand” of liquefied natural gas, Energy secretary-designee Rick Perry said today, endorsing LNG exports. Maine Sen. Angus King aired concerns at Perry’s confirmation hearing that if the Energy Department approved too many LNG export applications, it would harm Americans economically by increasing domestic natural […]

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Categories: D.O.E., U.S. Congress, U.S. Government, U.S. Senate, United States



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