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Forbes: Dow, ConocoPhillips Spar Over LNG Exports

By: Jeff McMahon

JUNE 16, 2013 – Manufacturers need five years to ramp up domestic plants being built to take advantage of America’s glut of cheap shale gas, according to a Dow Chemical executive, and the country should be careful not to undercut them by depleting that supply with exports.

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Christian Science Monitor: Energy Secretary Moniz promises LNG export decisions this year

By: David Unger

JUNE 13, 2013 – By the end of the year, newly appointed Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz will tackle one of America’s most pressing energy issues: How much liquefied natural gas (LNG) the United States will export to other nations.

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Christian Science Monitor: EIA: World has more shale oil and gas, but will it drill?

By: David Unger

JUNE 11, 2013 – The amount of known technically recoverable oil from shale formations has jumped 10 times in the past two years, according to a new 41-nation survey by the US Energy Information Administration. The amount of technically recoverable shale gas is up 10 percent from the last time the EIA surveyed the world’s shale formations.

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