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    December 03, 2016

    Natural gas becomes something Mexico, US can agree on as capacity soars

    By: Javier E. David | CNBC The incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump is confronting two major policy challenges with Mexico in the form of tighter immigration controls and potential NAFTA renegotiation. However, there's something already flowing across the border that is provi...

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    November 30, 2016

    U.S. To Be The Third Largest Natural Gas Exporter By 2020

    By: Rakesh Upadhyay | Oil Price Shale oil producers have turned the U.S. from a net importer into a net exporter of natural gas in November, according to S&P Global Platts. Even in September, the U.S. emerged as a net exporter for a few days. However, annually, the U.S. natural gas exports haven...

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    November 30, 2016

    Can the U.S. Become an Energy Superpower in 2017?

    By: Dave Merrill | Bloomberg For decades, America depended on the world for energy. Today, it’s becoming a global supplier of oil and natural gas in its own right. This year, for the first time ever, the U.S. started turning gas from prolific shale formations into liquefied natural gas (LN...

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    November 29, 2016

    After big wins under Obama, what's next for LNG?

    By: Jenny Mandel | E & E News This year, the U.S. liquefied natural gas industry launched its first modern export plant and began loading cargoes of domestic shale gas for world delivery. In less than a year of operation, the plant has sent cargoes to buyers around the globe and turned the Unite...

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    November 28, 2016

    While OPEC Gets All The Attention, The U.S. Quietly Becomes A Net Exporter Of Natural Gas

    By: David Blackmon | Forbes While all the energy world has sat on pins and needles waiting to see what Wednesday’s OPEC meeting will or won’t bring in the way of an agreement to limit the cartel’s overall production of crude oil, the U.S. domestic oil and gas industry passed a ...

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    November 25, 2016

    America’s Shale Gas Is Headed to China for the Second Time

    By: Jonathan Crawford | Bloomberg China is on the verge of receiving its second shipment of shale gas from the U.S. The Methane Julia Louise has signaled it’s bound for Ningbo, a port city on China’s eastern coast, ship-tracking data compiled by Bloomberg show. Earlier this month, t...

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    November 25, 2016

    Cheniere to send first LNG supplies to Asia as soon as next month: official

    By: Aaron Sheldrick | Reuters Houston-based Cheniere Energy Inc is gearing up to send its first supplies of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from its Sabine Pass export terminal on the U.S. Gulf Coast to Asian customers as a rise in prices in the region have made such shipments profitable, an officia...

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    November 21, 2016

    Chinese Pollution Opens Door For U.S. Natural Gas Exports

    By: James Taylor | Forbes Chinese provincial governments are shutting down everything from industrial manufacturing plants to outdoor barbecues to address oppressive air pollution, Reuters reports. The United States can economically benefit from the situation if our government will stop blocking...

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    November 18, 2016

    LNG Legislation Still Matters

    By: Fred Hutchison | Morning Consult Sometimes on the public policy battlefield it makes sense to lay down your non-lethal weapons (such as bulleted one-pagers and email-tracked vehicles) and declare victory. However, with regard to the liquefied natural gas (LNG) legislation, that time has not ...

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    November 16, 2016

    America’s on Track to Export a Record Volume of Shale Gas

    By: Jim Polson | Bloomberg The U.S. is set to export a record number of cargoes of shale gas this month. Nine liquefied natural gas tankers have departed or are scheduled to leave Cheniere Energy Inc.’s Sabine Pass terminal in November, already the most for any month since exports began i...

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