Natural Gas & LNG Project Development

Washington, DC
18 July 2013
Hosted By: Law Seminars International (LSI)

New natural gas drilling and extraction technologies have created gas surpluses in the United States, resulting in low prices and the incentive to develop new uses for gas. To examine the political and regulatory challenges, environmental issues, and new business opportunities arising from these developments, Law Seminars International hosted a two-day conference in Washington, DC on 18-19 July 2013. On the first day of the conference, NERA Vice President Dr. Sugandha Tuladhar presented "Prospects and Implications of US LNG Exports." Dr. Tuladhar discussed the economics of US liquid natural gas (LNG) exports to non-FTA countries, impacts on the global natural gas market, and implications  on the global greenhouse gas emissions.

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