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    • “While we dither, countries like Qatar, Canada, Australia and Russia are rapidly expanding their export capacity. What’s more, by exporting some of our natural gas, America will also be fighting climate change. Greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) in the U.S. are at a 20-year low, e...”-- Bernard Weinstein , Associate Director of the Maguire Energy Institute in Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business and fellow with the George W. Bush Institute

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    • “In the U.S., any movement to encourage growth would be a positive surprise and a catalyst. A step toward a free-market energy policy… permits for LNG export facilities—would be one such movement.”-- David Malpass, Encima Global LLC

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    • “The United States has for many decades been the leading nation in championing open markets and free trade in energy. Open trade and investment in energy is important to U.S. vital interests for many reasons. First and foremost, artificial restrictions on energy flows can be a ...”-- Amy Myers Jaffe, Executive Director, Energy and Sustainability Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis

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    • “We are fully in favor of the freedom to export LNG. Koch Industries believes free markets are the best means to allocate resources to the most number of people at the lowest cost. We believe that the free market, not government, should dictate how products like LNG are bought ...”-- Philip Ellender, president and chief operating officer, Koch Companies Public Sector

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    • “This is a historic moment. The United States has the chance to become a key player in international exports of natural gas. If Washington expands export opportunities, the results would include strengthened domestic production, enhanced global energy security, expanded market ...”-- Anita Orbán and Vacláv Bartuska, energy ambassadors at large for Hungary and Czech Republic, respectively

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