LNG Terminals Being Built Everywhere to Accept Natural Gas!

 ... … … LNG terminals are being built across the world to accept natural gas. They can get it from Australia, Russia or us. Who will it be? Us we hope and expect. At a recent natural gas conference, some attendees indicated that international natural gas demand would continue to grow at a double-digit rate due to

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German Energy System A Disaster. New Climate Plan Will Make It Worse.

 ... … … The German Energy system is in free-fall disaster shape and the folks who brought about the Energiewende now what to double-down on green foolishness. Germany’s Energiewende, or German energy transition to renewables, is leading to an insecure supply of energy and is affecting the nation’s economy. Germany plans on phasing out all its nuclear

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Is Wind Power, Having Inflated Electric Prices, Done in Germany?

 ... … … Wind power has successfully exploded electricity prices in Germany, turned its neighbors into enemies and cost a fortune. Has it, at last, run its course? New onshore wind energy is in a steep decline in Germany. The expansion of onshore wind power in the first half of this year is at its

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U.S. Natural Gas Exports Increase, Driven by European Demand

The U.S. shale revolution has led to strong economic growth, reduced air emissions, and falling prices for American consumers. It’s also helped the United States become one of the largest exporters of liquified natural gas in the world. The United States has seen LNG exports skyrocket since the first shipment left the lower 48 states

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Zero Emissions Claims Don’t Pan Out for Electric Vehicles

 ... … … Zero emissions claims are popular these days but they seldom pan out, as is the case with electric vehicles in Germany. CNG vehicles make a lot more sense. A study by the IFO think tank in Munich found that electric vehicles in Germany emit 11 percent to 28 percent more carbon dioxide than their diesel counterparts.

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Germany Boxed In, Turns to Russian Gas, But It Should Buy Our LNG

 ... … … There’s no excuse for what Germany has done to itself. It is now boxed in, with but two alternatives; Russian gas or our LNG. They should choose wisely. The European Union (EU) has realized natural gas will have to complement intermittent renewable sources like solar and wind in order for European nations

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