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Look before the LNG leap

This whitepaper, published by the Sierra Club, goes after the question why policymakers and the public need fair disclosure before exports of fracked gas start. Among others, they deplore that “Exporting major amounts of liquefied natural gas means lots of new fracking: The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s own Energy Information Agency has made that …

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LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG)

This is the Working Document of the NPC North American Resource Development Study Made Available September 15, 2011 “LNG, or liquefied natural gas, comprises a small but important and growing part of the global natural gas market. According to the BP Review of World Energy, LNG consumption in 2009 was 23.5 Bcf/d or 8.2% of …

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The Future of Natural Gas

This study by the MIT Energy Initiative concludes that the environmental risks of fracking are “challenging, but manageable” and pushes for a global natural gas market including increased exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Bibliography: ROBERT C. ARMSTRONG, DANIEL R. COHN, STEPHEN R. CONNORS, JOHN M. DEUTCH, QUDSIA J. EJAZ, JOSEPH S. HEZIR, GORDON M. …

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