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    June 27, 2016

    Houston Chronicle: A second wave of Texas LNG export projects could take off in the next decade

    By: Jordan Blum| Houston Chronicle The United States became an exporter of liquefied natural gas this year with Cheniere Energy's first shipments from Louisiana, but a glut of LNG globally is creating questions about when a "second wave" of LNG export projects will move forward. Five U.S. LNG e...

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    June 15, 2016

    RealClearEnergy: Congress Must Pass Historic Energy Bill

    By:Brigham McCown| RealClearEnergy The last time Congress passed a bill to modernize the United States energy sector, Apple CEO Steve Jobs was unveiling the first iPhone. The world has changed rapidly since 2007, and policymakers have struggled to keep pace with our nation’s burgeoning ene...

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    June 13, 2016

    San Antonio Business Journal: Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick asks feds to approve Texas LNG project

    By: Sergio Chapa| San Antonio Business Journal One of the top politicians in the Lone Star State is asking federal regulators to "look favorably" at a controversial liquefied natural gas export project proposed at a port a few hours south of San Antonio. Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick filed a publi...

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    June 13, 2016

    The Washington Examiner: U.S. liquefied natural gas can benefit from today's glut

    By: Charlie Riedl| The Washington Examiner Earlier this year, the U.S. shipped its first commercial cargo of liquefied natural gas from the lower 48 states, announcing to the rest of the world that American LNG exports have arrived once and for all. Although this development has intensified a su...

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    June 09, 2016

    The Denver Post (Editorial): Colorado’s natural gas bonanza needs export market

    By The Denver Post Editorial Board It’s not easy to get your mind around the news: Western Colorado, already recognized for its huge natural gas reserves, turns out to have a lot more of the fuel than previously believed. Not twice as much as experts thought as recently as 2003. Or even 1...

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    June 02, 2016

    FuelFix: Kinder Morgan gets FERC approval on LNG export project

    By Jordan Blum| FuelFix Houston-based Kinder Morgan said Thursday it received federal approval for its $2 billion project to export liquefied natural gas from Georgia. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorized Kinder Morgan’s Elba Liquefaction Project that will liquefy natural g...

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    May 16, 2016

    US News & World Report: U.S. Gas Exports Poised to Surpass Imports for First Time Since 1957

    By Alan Neuhauser| U.S. News & World Report For the first time since Ike was in the White House and lead was in gasoline, exports of U.S. natural gas will outstrip imports in a shift that could occur as soon as the end of this year, the head of the U.S. Energy Information Administration said las...

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    May 05, 2016

    Evolution of an issue

    By Fred H. Hutchison When I started LNG Allies two and a half years ago, the energy world was quite different. Crude oil prices were in the $110 per barrel range, natural gas at the Henry Hub was trading above $4.00 per million BTUs (mmbtu), and spot LNG deliveries to Asia were bringing nearly ...

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    April 25, 2016

    The Hill: U.S. energy milestone from the shale revolution

    By Mark J. Perry, The Hill Thanks to the shale revolution, the United States is now on its way to becoming a major exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG). In February, two LNG cargoes left Cheniere’s Sabine Pass export terminal in Louisiana for Brazil and India. And these are just the fi...

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    April 20, 2016

    The Washington Post: The Senate just passed — overwhelmingly — an actually bipartisan energy bill

    By Chris Mooney, The Washington Post It doesn’t happen every day, but it did happen Wednesday. The U.S. Senate acted in a bipartisan fashion to pass a sweeping energy bill, touching on everything from cybersecurity for power plants to the future of the grid. The bill resulted from collabo...

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