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    • “A global ‘liquid’ natural gas market is beneficial to U.S. and global interests and, at the same time, advances security interests through diversity of supply and resilience to disruption. The U.S. should pursue policies that encourage the development of such a market, integra...”-- 2010 Report by MIT’s Energy Initiative (EI) “The Future of Natural Gas”

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    • “Thanks to advances in technology, the U.S. is now the world’s largest producer of natural gas. Natural gas exports provide a clean and much-needed source of energy to our trading partners and economic growth and jobs in the U.S.”-- Dr. Thomas Tunstall, PhD, The University of Texas at San Antonio

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    • “U.S. economic welfare consistently increases as the volume of natural gas exports increased. This includes scenarios in which there are unlimited exports. The reason for this is that even though domestic natural gas prices are pulled up by LNG exports, the value of those expor...”-- American Council For Capital Formation

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    • “The U.S. has been incredibly blessed here with this resource basin in America, but we’re even more blessed probably with the dynamic and innovative and technically advanced industry that we have, and culture that we have, that’s allowed us to develop these resources frankly qu...”-- Peter Robertson, Deloitte Senior Advisor on Oil and Gas

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    • “[E]xpanded natural gas production due to a six-billion-cubic-foot-per-day increase in exports would support approximately 25,000 jobs in the natural gas industry, along with approximately 40,000 jobs along the supply chain, in areas like steel, rig manufacturing, and elsewhere.”-- Michael Levi, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

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