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Industry Groups Challenge DOE Rules Blocking Natural Gas Appliances 

Industry Groups Challenge DOE Rules Blocking Natural Gas Appliances 

Natural gas industry advocates are taking aim at a trio of U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) rules that petitioners argue would raise prices and eliminate consumer choice.  The American Gas Association (AGA), American Public Gas Association (APGA), the National Propane Gas Association, natural gas utility Spire Inc. and furnace manufacturer Thermo Products LLC filed petitions…

April 12, 2024
Natural Gas in Crosshairs as DOE Aiming to Decarbonize Commercial, Residential Buildings

Natural Gas in Crosshairs as DOE Aiming to Decarbonize Commercial, Residential Buildings

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has unveiled a national blueprint to slash greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from buildings by 65% by 2035 and 90% by 2050, with potentially significant implications for natural gas demand. Residential and commercial buildings account for roughly 29% of total U.S. natural gas consumption and 42% of end-use sector gas…

April 9, 2024
What Does U.S. Industry Policy Chatter Say About What’s Next for Natural Gas? – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

What Does U.S. Industry Policy Chatter Say About What’s Next for Natural Gas? – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow, in which NGI Senior LNG Editor Jacob Dick talks with energy and environmental policy expert Chris Treanor, executive director of the Partnership to Address Global Emissions. Treanor discusses some of the policy highlights from CERAWeek by S&P Global and what could be…

April 4, 2024
NGI’s 4Q2023 LNG Market Analyst Takeaways

NGI’s 4Q2023 LNG Market Analyst Takeaways

The global LNG market continued growing in 2023 and faces a new set of challenges this year as it continues working to meet projected demand growth. Read what NGI analysts learned during 4Q2023 earnings season and how they view trends in the global natural gas market moving forward. Cheniere Energy Inc. (LNG): Statistics from Cheniere…

April 3, 2024
Republican-Led States Sue to Stop Biden’s Pause on LNG Export Project Approvals

Republican-Led States Sue to Stop Biden’s Pause on LNG Export Project Approvals

Sixteen Republican-led states, including Louisiana and Texas, have filed a lawsuit asking a federal court to reverse the Biden administration’s suspension of LNG export project approvals and force it to resume reviewing applications. “This ban disregards statutory mandates, flouts the normal regulatory process, upends the industry, disrupts Plaintiffs’ economies, and subverts our constitutional structure,” the…

March 22, 2024
Granholm Says ‘Temporary’ While LNG Developers Hear ‘Pause’

Granholm Says ‘Temporary’ While LNG Developers Hear ‘Pause’

While political opposition and market uncertainty continue to mount around the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) pause of LNG export authorizations, Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm reassured energy leaders the action was a necessary, but temporary step to better policy making. During a keynote address Monday in Houston during CERAWeek by S&P Global, Granholm rolled…

March 19, 2024
Major Energy Trade Associations Challenge Legality of DOE’s LNG Export Pause

Major Energy Trade Associations Challenge Legality of DOE’s LNG Export Pause

One of the U.S. oil and natural gas industry’s largest trade groups is pushing the Department of Energy (DOE) to reverse a pause on new LNG export licenses as the possibility of intervention from Congress slims. The American Petroleum Institute (API) and other groups representing the liquefied natural gas industry have filed a request for…

February 27, 2024
LNG Export Pause Facing Scrutiny as GOP Opposition Mounts

LNG Export Pause Facing Scrutiny as GOP Opposition Mounts

As congressional pushback against the Biden administration’s pause of LNG export permits heats up, EQT Corp. CEO Toby Rice said U.S. producers and exporters already have work ahead to abate the potential damage to project development. Rice joined a panel of witnesses Tuesday during a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing. It was one of…

February 6, 2024
IGU Decries Pause on U.S. LNG Export Permits Amid Growing Backlash

IGU Decries Pause on U.S. LNG Export Permits Amid Growing Backlash

One of the world’s leading natural gas trade groups on Tuesday joined a growing chorus of stakeholders denouncing President Biden’s decision to pause U.S. LNG export permits, saying the move would derail global energy security and jeopardize decarbonization. The International Gas Union (IGU), which represents more than 150 members across the value chain in 80…

January 30, 2024
Tellurian Taps Lazard to Help Secure Equity Partners, Contracts for Driftwood LNG

Tellurian Taps Lazard to Help Secure Equity Partners, Contracts for Driftwood LNG

Tellurian Inc. Chairman Martin Houston said the firm is exploring ways to secure contracts and partnerships for the proposed Driftwood LNG project with the help of a global financial adviser, pushing back on reports it may be looking to sell after an organizational shakeup. In a letter to investors Monday, Houston confirmed reports that Tellurian…

January 30, 2024
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