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U.S. House passes bill to reverse Biden pause of some liquified natural gas exports

BY: - February 15, 2024

The bill would remove the federal requirement that the Department of Energy considers an LNG export permit in the public interest before allowing a project to move forward.

Manchin blasts White House for siding with climate activists in natural gas pause

BY: - February 8, 2024

Manchin and some Republicans on the panel warned Thursday that the move would aid Russia in its war against Ukraine and called it an election-year ploy to appease climate activists.

Biden’s natural gas export pause fought over by U.S. House panel

BY: - February 6, 2024

Republicans on the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy, Climate and Grid Security blasted the move Tuesday, saying it undercut the economic and environmental benefits of natural gas and hurt the United States on the world stage. Democrats countered that it was an appropriate time to review an industry that has tripled its export capacity in five years. 

Fetterman, Casey release statement expressing concerns over pause on liquefied natural gas exports

BY: - February 2, 2024

Biden said in a statement on Jan. 26 that during the pause, the administration would “take a hard look at the impacts of LNG exports on energy costs, America’s energy security and our environment.” 

Biden administration to temporarily halt some export approvals for liquified natural gas

BY: - January 26, 2024

The agency is readying a new review framework that could give greater weight to the effects of liquified natural gas on climate change.