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Week in Review: January 18, 2018

Friday, January 18, 2019

Texans for Natural Gas

A Bright Future for U.S. Oil and Gas

Friday, January 18, 2019

Steve Everley | Washington Times | January 17, 2019 Are fossil fuels like oil and natural gas the energy of the past?

Surging oil output will push US towards energy independence in 2020, Dept of Energy says

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Tom DiChristopher | CNBC | January 15, 2019 The U.S. will make major strides towards energy independence in the next two years as oil production and exports hit new highs, according to the Department of Energy.

Op-ed: American Natural Gas Is Improving The Air

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Todd Staples, Texas Oil and Gas Association | Midland Reporter-Telegram | January 15, 2019 The U.S. not only leads in energy production, but our nation also leads the world in emission reductions — while helping other countries improve their air.

Permian Basin Expects a Boost From Pipelines Opening in 2019

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Jeff Mosier | Dallas Morning News | December 28, 2018 The only thing certain about the oil industry in 2018 was the increasing dominance of the Permian Basin.

The US Can Be A Top Three Global LNG Exporter Before 2020

Monday, January 14, 2019

Ariel Cohen | Forbes | January 7, 2019 U.S. gas producers have a New Year’s resolution of their own: break into the top three liquified natural gas (LNG) exporters alongside Australia and Qatar. And they just might pull it off -- provided that serious infrastructure bottlenecks are addressed in time.

Week In Review: January 11, 2019

Friday, January 11, 2019

Texans for Natural Gas

Five Facts about Expanding the Port of Corpus Christi

Friday, January 11, 2019

Texans for Natural Gas The Port of Corpus Christi is planning to deepen its shipping channel, which will allow the port to accommodate additional exports of Texas energy. Here’s what that means for the economy, both in Corpus Christi and across Texas.  

Early 2019 Will See Flurry of LNG Activity

Monday, January 07, 2019

Marissa Luck | Houston Chronicle | January 1, 2019 The growth of the Gulf Coast’s liquefied natural gas industry is set to accelerate in 2019 as at least three major projects are expected to get the go-ahead from developers.

Week In Review: January 4, 2019

Friday, January 04, 2019

Texans for Natural Gas Read our top news stories of the week and see what else we've been up to!

The Texas Oil Boom Is A Boon for Texas Schools

Thursday, January 03, 2019

Dallas Morning News Editorial | January 1, 2019 If you think the West Texas oil boom is irrelevant to your life beyond lower prices at the gas pump, let us introduce you to a couple of endowment funds that have boomed, too: The Permanent University Fund and the Permanent Schools Fund.

American Natural Gas Will Help Solve Global Energy Poverty

Saturday, December 29, 2018

David Spigelmyer | Washington Examiner | December 27, 2018 Think of the last time the lights went out. When we lose power, we are immediately reminded by every inconvenience — by the inability to heat, cook, and charge our phones — of our complete dependence on reliable, affordable, on-demand energy.

Drilling Down: La Salle County an Eagle Ford Hot Spot

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Sergio Chapa | Chron | December 14, 2018 The western end of the Eagle Ford Shale continues to heat up with an eye-catching 31 drilling permits filed by five companies for new oil and natural gas projects in La Salle County.

Week In Review: December 21, 2018

Friday, December 21, 2018

Texans For Natural Gas Read our top news stories of the week and see what else we've been up to!

Port Arthur LNG Signs 20-Year Supply Deal With Poland

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Sergio Chapa | Chron | December 19, 2018 Port Arthur LNG has signed a 20-year supply deal with Poland's state-owned natural gas company.

Anti-Pipeline Activism Isn't Generating More Investment in Renewable Energy

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Steve Everley | Washington Examiner | December 19, 2018 For much of the past decade, oil and gas pipeline opponents have argued that we should not be investing in pipelines because it will “lock in” continued fossil fuel use for decades to come. Blocking the infrastructure, they argue, will force investment dollars into renewable technologies instead.

Oil & Gas in 2018

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

2018 was a big year for oil and natural gas in United States. We had record production levels met with record exports. Here is a rewind of some of the most important things to happen this year. 

Week In Review: December 14, 2018

Friday, December 14, 2018

Texans For Natural Gas Read our top news stories of the week and see what else we've been up to!

Report: U.S. LNG Export Capacity to More Than Double By End of 2019

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Houston Chronicle | December 10, 2018 The United States will be able to export more than double the amount of liquefied natural gas by the end of next year, a new report from the Energy Information Administration shows.

Expanded Texas Shipping Lane Could Help Cut Trade Deficit By $50 Billion

Monday, December 10, 2018

Nicholas Sakelaris | UPI | December 7, 2018 "The U.S. is going from basically a zero exporter to being a bigger exporter than some OPEC countries," one analyst said of the project's potential.Dec. 7 (UPI) -- After three decades of wrangling, Texas officials have approved funding to expand the Port of Corpus Christi, which will widen and deepen its shipping channel -- a project that will have national and international implications.

Week In Review: December 7, 2018

Friday, December 07, 2018

Texans For Natural Gas Read our top news stories of the week and see what else we've been up to!

The U.S. Pipeline Industry Is Booming

Friday, December 07, 2018

Vanand Meliksetian | Oil Price | December 5, 2018 Every once in a while, a new technological development shakes up a conservative sector. In the oil and gas industry, the shale revolution has changed the business in multiple ways. The U.S. has been transformed from one of the world’s leading oil importers into the world’s largest producer of oil and gas. Fracking in the Permian basin has created bottlenecks as the existing infrastructure cannot cope with rising production. Producers are not able to get all the oil and gas to customers, creating a price differential with the WTI benchmark. On average, shale oil producers in the Permian basin receive $10 to $13 dollars less for each barrel compared to WTI levels.

USGS: Permian Basin Holds the Largest Oil and Gas Resource Ever Assessed

Thursday, December 06, 2018

Texans For Natural Gas The largest continuous oil and natural gas resource potential ever assessed was just announced by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and it’s located in the Permian Basin. As Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said of the news, "Christmas came a few weeks early this year. American strength flows from American energy, and as it turns out, we have a lot of American energy.”

America, The Global Energy Superpower

Wednesday, December 05, 2018

Steve Everley | The Washington Times | December 5, 2018 “That whole — suddenly America’s like the biggest oil producer and the biggest gas — that was me, people.” So said former President Barack Obama at a recent event in Houston. It’s not surprising that any president would want to take credit for America’s resurgence as an energy superpower: It has unequivocally transformed our economy for the better, from reducing energy prices for consumers to enhancing our national security. It has even helped the United States lead the world in reducing emissions of carbon dioxide.

5 Ways Oil Exports Help The Coastal Bend

Monday, December 03, 2018

Texans For Natural Gas With oil production in Texas booming, the Coastal Bend has become an oil hot spot! What does that mean for Corpus Christi residents?