LNG Exports: Why Permits to Non-FTA Countries Need Expediting

By: Brody Miles, Notes Editor Recently, liquefied natural gas (LNG)[1] export permits have been a point of contention. This has become newsworthy since the United States has been extracting natural gas at record levels.[2] By using the method of hydraulic fracturing (fracking), private industries have been able to obtain previously unattainable reservoirs of natural gas.[3]… Continue reading LNG Exports: Why Permits to Non-FTA Countries Need Expediting

Why the Bureau of Land Management Should Stop Letting Oil and Gas Developers “Throw Away” Federal Methane

By: Stacey Steep, Articles Editor On June 25, 2013, President Obama announced a government-wide plan to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, but the plan left an important GHG mitigation strategy off the table. The President could take action today to reduce the GHG methane (CH4) emissions from federal oil and gas development. Oil and gas… Continue reading Why the Bureau of Land Management Should Stop Letting Oil and Gas Developers “Throw Away” Federal Methane