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Why Hydraulic Fracturing is Not Necessarily Contaminating Water or Using More Water Per Unit of Oil Production

The 2014 US Midterm Elections significantly altered the balance of power in the US Congress. As a result, energy policy from now on ranks high on the upcoming Republican majority’s legislative agenda. Indeed, Republican leadership is wasting no time with both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate prepared to take up and… Continue reading »


Falling LNG Imports, America’s LNG Exports Opportunity

A good deal of the buzz generated by America’s ongoing energy revolution has centered on the way surging domestic production is changing the crude oil imports picture. No question, it’s a pretty one, with net imports as a share of consumption falling to levels not seen in nearly three decades. That’s great news for job creation,… Continue reading »


Energy Department Authorizes Freeport LNG Exports

The US Department of Energy today granted Freeport LNG two final authorizations to export natural gas to non-Free Trade Agreement countries. The ruling authorizes Freeport to export up to 1.8 billion cubic feet of LNG per day for 20 years. The DOE earlier this year changed its LNG permit approval process from a blanket first in… Continue reading »


U.S. Oil to build six new CNG stations for C.A.T., Ruan

On the heels of its announcement of an order of 100 compressed natural gas-powered trucks from Ryder, C.A.T. announced an agreement with U.S. Oil to build five GAIN Clean Fuel CNG stations in the United States and Canada. The new station sites will be located in Toronto, Montreal, Laredo, Texas, Charlotte, N.C. and Scranton, Penn.  U.S.… Continue reading »

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