Freedom Molecules To Save Europe From Itself

The United States became the largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in December 2021, edging out Qatar and Australia, as projects ramped up production and deliveries surged to Europe to help alleviate the energy crisis there. Output from U.S. LNG facilities edged above Qatar in December due mainly to an increase in exports from […]

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AEA President Cheers Trump Administration’s Approval of $40 Billion Alaska LNG Project

“This is what American Energy Dominance Looks Like.” WASHINGTON DC (August 21, 2020) –  American Energy Alliance President Thomas Pyle today commended the Department of Energy and President Trump for the approval of the long-sought Alaska LNG project, which would make Alaska a player in world energy markets, create tens of thousands of good paying […]

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LNG Reform Deserves Swift Senate Approval

Sen. Cruz is proposing an amendment to the Keystone XL bill that will require that the Department of Energy to expedite all approvals for LNG export to any World Trade Organization (WTO) country. This would be a major improvement over the status quo. Currently the LNG export approval process is too slow and cumbersome. LNG […]

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In the Pipeline: 4/16/13

Let me explain how this works. Washington Gas agrees to buy wind power in an amount equal to the amount Union Station uses each year. They charge ratepayers more. The generators get a federal subsidy (about 1/4 of the total price) from taxpayers and get to generate power even when no one wants it. States […]

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