Energy Security Prompts G7 Nations to Invest in Gas.

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U.S. retreats from pledge to end gas investmentsSara Schonhardt, Climatewire, June 29, 2022 The energy crisis resulting from Russia’s war is testing Western leaders’ promises to phase out natural gas investments abroad.  Dozens of countries rallied around phasing out fossil fuel financing during global climate negotiations seven months ago. Yesterday, those efforts were weakened by the world’s most powerful economies. … read more

BIDEN ADMINISTRATION ACCELERATES MOMENTUM FOR ALASKA LNG!

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NEW BIDEN ADMINISTRATION REPORT VALIDATES ADVANTAGES OF ALASKA LNG PROJECT Assessment Accelerates Momentum for Only Permitted West Coast LNG Project  A new report, published ahead of schedule by the Biden Administration, documents the significant benefits of the Alaska LNG Project.   The report, “Alaska LNG Project Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement” (SEIS), published by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), examines the … read more

Make Every Molecule Count. 9th Circuit Gets it Right.

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Today’s Key Takeaways:  G7 moves to reverse pledge to stop financing fossil fuels projects. Lack of EIA data frustrates markets. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals allows land swap deal for copper mine to progress. DOE criticized for hiring oil industry public relations firm. European countries need to make every molecule of gas count as potential decreases in flows and maintenance … read more