Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz went further than ever before Wednesday in suggesting the Obama administration could redo the economic analysis that is underpinning each of its case-by-case decisions on exporting American natural gas.
The United States’ speed in standing up projects to export American natural gas may depend on your vantage point. If you’re a Canadian worried about competing with American producers to sell natural gas overseas, U.S. regulators are moving at a quick pace. More »
As he touted the Obama administration’s “all-of-the-above” energy strategy on Wednesday, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz put money behind the notion, signing off on $6.5 billion in federal loan guarantees to support construction of the first new U.S. nuclear power plant to be built in three decades. More »
The market could be overreacting to the high price of natural gas in Asia to such an extent that LNG export terminals might not be as profitable as once imagined, a new study from Rice University warns. More »
Sempra Energy nabbed a critical license to broadly export natural gas from its Hackberry, La. facility on Tuesday, marking the sixth such approval handed down by the Obama administration. More »
Oil industry and business groups have formed a new coalition to make the case for expanded exports of American natural gas. More »
The rapid growth of U.S. oil and gas production is dramatically changing trade patterns in the region, and next year’s expansion of the Panama Canal likely will prompt even more dramatic shifts, according to a new report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. More »
Here are the key observations and takeaways from BP’s recently released 20-year forecast on global energy. More »
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is doubling down on her pitch for the U.S. to reverse a 39-year-old ban on exporting American crude. In a letter to President Barack Obama on Tuesday, the Republican from Alaska insists that the administration must ease the restrictions soon. More »
Dow Chemical and other big industrial users of natural gas are imploring the Obama administration to stop approving licenses to broadly export the fossil fuel.
The controversy surrounding exports of U.S. natural gas hasn’t disappeared, but recent congressional votes suggest the tide may be turning on the issue, as the Energy Department authorizes more companies to sell the fossil fuel overseas. More »
Exports of U.S. liquefied natural gas could drive the country into “a danger zone” in which higher natural gas prices for consumers and manufacturers drag down economic growth, a trade association said in a recent letter to Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz. More »