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September 1, 2015

 

The Center for Energy Economics (previously known as the Institute for Energy, Law & Enterprise) has established an independent, objective and widely accessible knowledge and education base on the role of LNG in North American energy security. The CEE research and public education effort on LNG is supported by a number of public and private organizations. The U.S. Department of Energy - Office of Fossil Energy provides a federal interface to the federal and state agencies that play lead roles in ensuring public safety and security associated with LNG facilities. The CEE's LNG research consortium also is a part of our overall research and public education efforts on natural gas and the role of natural gas in the U.S. and world energy mix, as well as our ongoing, overall research and education on the energy value chains (in particular for crude oil, natural gas and electric power), energy markets and energy policy and commercial frameworks.

UPDATES OF "INTRODUCTION TO LNG" AND "LNG SAFETY AND SECURITY" ARE NOW AVAILABLE

 













Foundation Sponsors
 
 
Technical Advisory Board
Advisors
 
Commercial Frameworks for LNG in North America
 

 
 

OTHER REFERENCE MATERIALS

Liquid Hydrocarbon Drop Out in
Natural Gas Infrastructure
, by
NGC+ Liquid Hydrocarbon Drop Out Task Group*

* CEE has participated in the NGC+ process as observers and provided comments.


 
 
LNG Backgrounder

 

 

Recent Media coverage of CEE LNG Project
Links to LNG Resources


  CONTACT US:
Dr. Michelle Michot Foss, Chief Energy Economist and Program Manager
Center for Energy Economics, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin
Tel 713-654-5400 Fax 713-654-5405
energyecon@beg.utexas.edu