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Comment Period on LNG Studies Closes

DOE issued a Federal Register Notice on Dec. 28, 2015, that requested comments from interested parties on two studies examining the economic impacts of increased U.S. LNG exports between 12 and 20 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/day): Effect of Increased Levels of Liquefied Natural Gas Exports on U.S. Energy Markets, U.S. Energy Information Administration, […]

Categories: Baker Institute, DOE, EIA, Export License

Comments to DOE

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Categories: Baker Institute, DOE, EIA

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, Baker Institute, Energy Security, Europe, Fuel Diversity, Lithuania, LNG Allies

Rice Study About LNG to Asia

The Center for Energy Studies (CES) of Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy released a report on Feb. 18 entitled: Natural Gas Price in Asia: What to Expect and What It Means. This study used the Rice World Gas Trade Model to predict what could happen in coming years as the United States and […]

Categories: Asia, Baker Institute

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