Guest Editorial: Opinions differ widely on the future of natural gas in country

RBC I The wide-scale deployment of hydraulic fracturing, the technique of blasting water and chemicals into the ground to release trapped hydrocarbons, has, over the last decade, vaulted the U.S. into the position of leading natural gas producer in the world.

Udall meets with Europeans, promotes natural gas

WASHINGTON I U.S. Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO), who serves on the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, met with representatives from European embassies Tuesday and underscored his commitment to expanding U.S. liquefied natural gas exports to our allies and trading partners abroad.

Udall pushes speed-up of natural gas exports

RBC I Sen. Mark Udall, who serves on the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, welcomed the U.S. Department of Energy’s decision last week to approve a liquefied natural gas export permit for the Jordan Cove Energy Project in Oregon.

Russian energy dominance over

RBC I Russian President Vladmir Putin has won some begrudging admiration for his strategic triumph during the Syria crisis. Let him have his moment. It won’t last long. A new development threatens to rob Putin of a significant part of his international heft. That development, of course, is America’s energy revolution.

Limiting liquid natural gas exports benefits no one

RBC I On his recent trip to Warsaw, Secretary of State John Kerry heard arguments for expanding U.S. natural gas exports to Poland. Polish officials made the case that letting liquefied natural gas (LNG) flow from the United States to Poland would benefit European economies as well as the environment.

Wildlife vs. Energy

Wildlife researchers turn attention to energy development in Piceance RBC — Energy experts say Colorado’s Piceance Basin is one of the largest natural gas reserves in North America.