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Full Title: A Signal to the World: Renovating the Architecture of U.S. Energy Exports Author(s): U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski Publisher(s): U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski Publication Date: 1/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt):  This paper seeks to educate...
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On December 3rd, 2014, OurEnergyPolicy.org hosted “Abundance or Scarcity? Re-examining U.S. Oil & Gas Policy,” a panel event at the Capitol Visitor Center in Washington, DC. The panel discussed how...
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Full Title: Carpe Diem: LNG Exports a Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity for America Author(s): America's Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA) Publisher(s): America's Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA) Publication Date: 04/2015 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): The United States can be...
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Full Title: Challenges to JCC Pricing in Asian LNG Markets Author(s): Howard V Rogers and Jonathan Stern Publisher(s): The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Publication Date: 2/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Research by the OIES gas...
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Last year, significant growth in natural gas production combined with low demand – due to a warm winter – caused natural gas prices to plummet below US$2 per thousand cubic...
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Full Title: Exporting the American Renaissance: Global impacts of LNG exports from the United States Author(s): Tom Choi, Peter J. Robertson Publisher(s): Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions Publication Date: 1/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt):  Exporting the American Renaissance: Global...
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A recent hearing of the Energy and Power Subcommittee discussed the regulatory, market and legal barriers to exporting Coal and LNG.  Critical issues were the length of time associated with...
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Full Title: Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Perspective on Exporting Liquified Natural Gas from the United States Author(s): Timothy J. Skone, Gregory Cooney, Matthew Jamieson, James Littlefield, Joe Marriott Publisher(s): U.S. Department of...
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Full Title: Lifecycle GHG Emissions from LNG Exports Author(s): N/A Publisher(s): ICF International Publication Date: 2/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Several articles have recently raised concerns over the potential lifecycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from U.S. LNG exports. The Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN) has released an analysis of lifecycle emissions from U.S. LNG exports that states that the GHG emissions from exported natural gas could have higher life‐cycle emissions than those from coal due to methane emissions from gas production and transmission. This paper reviews the CCAN paper and corrects some omissions and errors in the analysis. The summary of our conclusions is: While the CCAN paper states that exported LNG would have GHG emissions 20% lower than coal based on the most recent official U.S. estimates of methane emissions, the LNG emissions would actually be 43 to 52% lower based on more standard assumptions and a more complete analysis. The paper suggests that methane emissions from natural gas might be 4 to 8 times higher than the official EPA estimate, but the cited references do not support that suggestion. In contrast, other recent studies suggest that emissions could be lower and that recent new regulations will result in lower emissions in the future. Based on the best available data and using standard assumptions, exported LNG would have GHG emissions 43% to 52% lower than coal.
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Full Title: Liquefied Natural Gas Exports: An Opportunity for America Author(s): Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Allie E. Bagnall, and Julia Muir Publisher(s): Peterson Institute for International Economics Publication Date: 2/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Unconventional extraction techniques have changed the...
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