Macroeconomic impacts of LNG exports from the United States. NERA Economic Consulting, US Department of Energy, Dec. 2012, 230 p.
US DOE information, 5/12/2012 :
As part of a broader effort to further inform decisions related to LNG exports, the Department of Energy commissioned NERA Economic Consulting to conduct a third party study in order to gain a better understanding of how U.S. LNG exports could affect the public interest, with an emphasis on the energy and manufacturing sectors. The Department is releasing that study and making it available for public review and comment. As this is not a Department of Energy product, the Department will be conducting its own review of the study as well as consideration of relevant comments made throughout the process prior to making final determinations… read more
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• Thoughts on a Long-Awaited Natural Gas Exports Study / Michael Levi, Energy, Security and Climate, 5/12/2012 http://blogs.cfr.org/levi/2012/12/05/thoughts-on-a-long-awaited-natural-gas-exports-study
Earlier today, the Department of Energy released a long-awaited (and long-delayed) study on the macroeconomic impacts of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports. The study, prepared by the consultants NERA, is the most in depth look at the economics of LNG exports published to date. That means it’s long, and will take a while to digest. Here are a few quick observations and context. I’ll write another post later on differences between the NERA results and what I reported in my own LNG exports study earlier this year…
• L’exportation de gaz de schiste pourrait apporter 47 milliards aux Etats-Unis, Les Echos, 7/12/2012
Un rapport officiel préconise au gouvernement américain d’autoriser l’exportation de gaz liquéfié…