Tag Archives: natural gas

U.S. Energy Exports and U.S. Foreign Policy

Is the U.S. hyping its shale gas options well beyond what it can actually deliver?

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Russia’s Grip on Ukraine’s Energy Supply

Trying to loosen the symbiotic energy relationship between Russia and Europe.

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Fracking: The Circus Comes to Town

What does it take to set up a natural gas fracking operation?

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U.S. Shale Gas: All It’s Cracked Up to Be?

The shale boom in the United States isn’t the game-changer its proponents claim.

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Carried Away by the Shale Gale

Is the so-called shale boom in the United States just hype?

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The Coming Global Economic Ice Age?

As investors pull back and commodity prices fall, is a new crisis in emerging markets brewing?

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Energy Security: Asia’s Achilles Heel

What is the weakest point in the geopolitical rise of Asia — and what are the rising nations doing to fix it?

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Obama Steps Out Alone on Climate Change

Will America now respond to the 21st century threat of climate change and lead? Or will ambivalence prevail?

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Doubling Down on Wind: Ireland Greens Its Grid, Looks to Export

Will Ireland become a global hub of innovation in the management of renewable power?

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Why Global Energy Diplomacy Matters

What is the U.S. State Department’s vision for a better future for global energy and the environment?

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