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    January 25, 2017

    U.S. LNG exports shift to Europe from Asia

    By: Scott DiSavino | Reuters U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporters have shifted their focus to Southern Europe from Asia as cold weather and problems with Algerian gas supply have driven Europe's gas prices higher. Gas prices in Europe are at their highest premiums to U.S. gas prices for t...

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    January 19, 2017

    Perry: Exporting LNG makes ‘abundant good sense’

    By: Darius Dixon | POLITICO 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 Departme...

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    January 10, 2017

    Natural Gas Is The Future Of Energy, And It's Not Even Close

    By: James Taylor | Forbes Natural gas is the wave of the future in U.S. and global electricity production, with no other power source even close to matching natural gas’s potential over the next few decades. The United States is in perfect position to take advantage of this if American pol...

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    January 09, 2017

    Northeast Asia becomes main market for US LNG

    Hellenic Shipping News Northeast Asia has emerged as the primary destination for LNG exports from the US Gulf coast Sabine Pass terminal, an indication of how quickly flexible US supplies can respond to global price signals. One of the main advantages of US LNG is that it does not have destinat...

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    January 05, 2017

    The Future Of Oil And Gas? Look To The Past

    By: Chris Ross | Forbes In the early days of 2017, it behooves oil and gas companies to reflect on the past, while making plans robust to an uncertain future outlook. There are several questions that should be asked: Where are we in the oil and gas price cycles? How will politics and policies a...

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    January 05, 2017

    United States may become net energy exporter by 2026, EIA reports

    By: Tom DiChristopher | CNBC The United States could become a net exporter of energy by 2026 as domestic production rebounds and demand at home remains flat, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said Thursday in a new report. In its Annual Energy Outlook 2017, the EIA sees a surge in natu...

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    January 04, 2017

    Forget Latin America, Asia is the biggest U.S. LNG buyer now

    By: Ryan Collins | World Oil Asia’s finally becoming a prime destination for U.S. shale gas cargoes. Nine of the 12 tankers that have left Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana—the only one sending U.S. shale gas overseas—since the beginning of Decembe...

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    December 22, 2016

    US LNG exports to surge in 2017

    By: Hellenic Shipping News The US LNG industry expects another landmark year in 2017, with export volumes set to more than double to a gas equivalent of at least 3 Bcf/d (85mn m³/d). The US likely would be the fifth- or sixth-largest exporter in the world in 2017 by volume, depending on ho...

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    December 08, 2016

    Senators Blame House Leadership For Killing Omnibus Energy Bill

    By: Charlie Passut | Natural Gas Intelligence Two of the top proponents of an omnibus energy bill in the Senate took aim at House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) Wednesday after his office reportedly declared that lawmakers had run out of time to reach a compromise on outstanding issues in the legislat...

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    December 06, 2016

    Sempra files with feds for LNG project in Texas

    By: Rob Nikolewski | San Diego Union Tribune In another step in its commitment to liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, Sempra Energy last week filed applications with the federal government to build an LNG facility in Port Arthur, Texas. A separate application was also filed with the Federal E...

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