The centerpiece of the “new energy economy” thesis rests on the belief that the technologies of wind, solar power and battery storage are undergoing the kind of disruption experienced in computing and communications. But this core analogy glosses over profound physics differences between systems that produce energy and those that produce information.
The U.S. is now the world’s fastest-growing producer of natural gas, and it is on track to becoming the dominant world exporter. Meanwhile, the number of nations importing liquefied natural gas (LNG) has jumped from a dozen to more than 40 in the past two decades… [Click title to open PDF]
In my remarks today I will briefly elaborate on the relevance of the new reality as it relates specifically to the opportunity for the United States to export far more LNG to our European allies… [Click title to open full report and video].
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