Archive for March, 2014

 

Do Market Fundamentals Support Use of the ‘Natural Gas Weapon’?

Less than a week after Russian troops marched into the Crimean peninsula, the domestic debate on whether the United States should allow exports of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has abruptly changed. Up to this point, the debate h...

Crisis in Ukraine: Energy Resources

As the crisis in Ukraine continues to unfold, two of SAFE’s recent reports can serve as valuable resources for policymakers and analysts seeking additional context, particularly of the drivers and constraints on Russian action...

Crimean Crisis Bolsters Russian Energy Export Revenues

While the world watches the evolving Crimean crisis with rapt attention, and prices for energy, corn, and oil climbed to six month highs, Russia’s Gazprom is holding its annual investor meeting in London. Gazprom, which describe...

Cross-Post: Making Energy Security a National Goal (Part 2)

The following entry (part two of a two-part blog series) comes from David Steiner, president and chief executive officer of Waste Management. Mr. Steiner is a member of SAFE’s Energy Security Leadership Council, and in this po...
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