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Media Coverage and CEE Contributions
  1. LNG developers in the Northeast meet resistance; Proposed liquefied natural gas facilities in eastern Maine face safety and environmental concerns from locals and the Canadian government., Christian Science Monitor , USA, August 7, 2007, by Colin Woodard
  2. Inter-American Dialogue's Latin America Energy Advisor Newsletter, January 31, 2007
  3. Inter-American Dialogue's Latin America Energy Advisor Newsletter, April 9-13, 2007
  4. Novel offshore LNG terminals address some, not all issues, Oil and Gas Journal LNG Observer, January 2007
  5. LNG Development in North America, Fortnightly's SPARK, Letter #35, November 2006
  6. LNG Law Blog, Study Highlights Challenges Facing Offshore LNG Terminals, November 10, 2006
  7. Provided assistance to news media (on both LNG developments and hurricane related news) to New York Times, Wall Street Journal, AP, Congressional Quarterly, BCB Communicator (Canada), El Norte (Mexico), Maine Business Journal, Geotimes, Reuters
  8. Interview for Tsuyoshi Nojima of Asahi Shimbum as part of a report on U.S. National and Energy Security (topics included LNG, heavy oil), March 22, 2006
  9. "Brass LNG shows importance of matching supply, demand," with Bala Wunti, Brass LNG, Oil & Gas Journal, January 24, 2006.
  10. The Houston Chronicle, November 17, 2005, Section: A; Pg. 5, "Big Oil's profits draw GOP scrutiny; One tax bill proposal could raise $5 billion over five years," by Lynn J. Cook
  11. Petroleum Economist, November 14, 2005, Pg.14, "Liquefied Natural Gas; Build It and Build It Soon"
  12. Hartford Courant (Connecticut), October 16, 2005, 3 Stars/Final Edition, Section: Main; Pg. A7, "At Core of Debate, a Lack of Energy in New England," By Jan Ellen Spiegel; Courant Staff Writer
  13. Greenwire, September 28, 2005, Section: Spotlight, Vol. 10 No. 9, "Energy Policy: GOP refinery bill could stabilize boom-and-bust business, analysts say"
  14. LNG Journal, September 2005 "LNG pursues the American Dream"
  15. Inside F.E.R.C., August 15, 2005, Section: LNG, Pg. 17, "FERC approval of LNG projects just the start of long, complicated process, experts say," by Melanie Tatum
  16. Inside F.E.R.C.'s Gas Market Report, August 12, 2005, Section: LNG; Pg. 15, "For LNG terminals, FERC approval alone does not guarantee a project's success"
  17. Coal Trader, Energy Trader, August 11, 2005, Pg. 1 "For LNG terminals, FERC permit a beginning, many factors determine import terminal fate"
  18. Energy Prospects, Issue 65: June 10, 2005 "LNG's Role in Western Energy Operations Still Cloudy," by Richard Nemec
  19. "The LNG Question," the Energy and Utilities Project, Volume 5 Innovation for the Future, May 23, 2005
  20. Foster Natural Gas Report," Energy Bar Panelists Tackle Global Energy Market Challenges",  April 21, 2005, Report No. 2537; Pg. 4, 1407 words
  21. Inside F.E.R.C.'s Gas Market Report, March 11, 2005, Section: LNG, Pg. 4, "Experts differ on Gulf LNG effect; analyst says it could lower prices," by Cheryl Buchta
  22. Oil & Gas Journal, February 14, 2005, Section: Newsletter; General Interest -- Quick Takes; Pg. 5, 561 words, "Construction pace crucial to LNG supply"
  23. The Houston Chronicle, December 12, 2004, Sunday, Sunday 4 Star Edition, Section A; Pg. 1, 1890 words; "Power Shift ; The United States soon will be importing vast amounts of liquefied natural gas, raising new hopes - and new threats - for the nation; Safety: Terror, explosion fears prompt precautions, debate," Laura Goldberg
  24. Financial Times (London, England), September 8, 2004 Wednesday, London Edition 1, The Americas ; Pg. 10, 801 words. "Bush and Kerry let energy drop off the campaign agenda: Carola Hoyos, Sheila McNulty and Doug Cameron explain the difficulties in creating a coherent power policy in the US"
  25. Inside F.E.R.C. August 2, 2004, Section: Liquefied Natural Gas; Pg. 5; 1288 words; "Unsettled supply picture, opposition to Maine projects take center stage at LNG symposium," by Melanie Tatum, Brunswick, Maine
  26. Gas Daily, August 2, 2004, Pg. 1 Vol. 21 No. 146, 596 words, "New England gas supply picture called tenuous," MT
  27. EcoAmericas, July 2004, Volume 6 - No. 9, "Mexican Islands become focus for LNG debate"
  28. Omaha World-Herald, Wednesday, July 28, 2004, "Rising natural gas prices spur more interest in heat pumps," by Lori Nitschke
  29. World Gas Intelligence, June 8, 2004, Section: What's New, 542 words, "Local Support Critical For LNG Terminals"
  30. Natural Gas Week, May 21, 2004, Section: Market View, 553 words, "Politics, Not Safety Main Risk to Future of LNG Industry"
  31. The Gloucester County Times, Sunday, April 04, 2004, "Some see proposed LNG plant as tempting target", by Theresa Katalinas
  32. Inside F.E.R.C.'s Gas Market Report, February 27, 2004 Section: LNG; Pg. 8; 1261 words; "List of proposed LNG terminals grows despite intensifying safety debates," by Geetha Narayanasamy
  33. Greenwire February 12, 2004 Thursday; Section: Energy Policy & Markets; Vol. 10 No. 9; 545 words; "Natural Gas II: Algerian Explosion Giving Ammunition to Foes of Building U.S. Facilities"
  34. Inside F.E.R.C., February 2, 2004; Section: Energy Projects; Pg. 9; 3383 words; "LNG projects seen offering great promise for U.S. market, but obstacles stand in the way," by Jim Magill, Melanie Tatum
  35. Oil & Gas Journal, February 2, 2004; Section: Newsletter; Industry Trends; Pg. 7; 223 words; "US LNG Companies"
  36. United Press International January 29, 2004 Thursday; 1111 words; "Analysis: LNG's economics are a challenge," by Hil Anderson
  37. Gas Daily, January 27, 2004; Vol. 21, Issue 16; Pg. 1; 736 words; "As LNG projects proliferate, questions loom large," MT
  38. Inside F.E.R.C.'s Gas Market Report, January 30, 2004; Section: LNG; Pg. 6; 1839 words; "North America bracing for 'tsunami' of LNG imports in upcoming years," by Geetha Narayanasamy
  39. The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec), December 13, 2003 Saturday Final Edition, Business; Pg. B16, 407 words, "Natural-gas crunch: U.S. has limited infrastructure. Hunting fuel overseas, leaving smaller firms to pick up the slack in the United States," Brad Foss, New York
  40. Greenwire, December 8, 2003 Monday, Section: Energy Policy & Markets; Vol. 10, No. 9; 1051 words; "Natural Gas: Growing U.S. LNG Market Prompts Spate Of Regas; Announcements"
  41. Foster Natural Gas Report November 6, 2003, Report No. 2463; Pg. 19; 583 words; "University of Houston Think Tank Releases Study On Safety of LNG Industry"
  42. Lloyd's List October 22, 2003, Section: News; Pg. 7; 436 words; "Many proposed LNG projects 'will never be built'," by John McLaughlin
  43. Natural Gas Week October 17, 2003, Feature Stories; 400 words; "Institute Reports on LNG Safety"
  44. The Associated Press State & Local Wire, October 2, 2003, Thursday, BC cycle, Business News, 437 words, "If weather is cold, natural gas prices could shoot up this winter," By Brad Foss, AP Business Writer
  45. Gas Daily July 30, 2004, Pg. 1 Vol. 21 No. 145; 583 words; "LNG supporters, detractors square off in Maine," MT
  46. Inside F.E.R.C.'s Gas Market Report, July 18, 2003; Section: Market Watch; Pg. 1; 1293 words; "Greenspan's call for more LNG capacity elicits skepticism from some in industry," by Melanie Tatum
  47. The Washington Post July 5, 2003 Saturday; Section: Financial; Pg. D10; 1677 words; "Higher Gas Price Sets Stage For LNG; Terminal in Md. Will Open Soon," by Peter Behr, Washington Post Staff Writer
  48. Inside F.E.R.C., June 23, 2003; Section: Supply & Demand; Pg. 5; 1325 words; "Congress must reconcile gas production with environmental concern, witnesses say"
  49. Inside Energy/with Federal Lands, June 23, 2003; Section: Natural Gas; Pg. 12; 1041 words; "Industry: Opponents exploit conflicts to constrain Lower-48 gas supplies," by Craig Cano
  50. Gas Daily June 20, 2003; Vol. 20, No. 117; Pg. 1; 623 words; "High gas prices will last for years, panel told," CC
  51. The Associated Press State & Local Wire, June 20, 2003, Friday, BC cycle, Business News, 1198 words, "Imports of liquefied natural gas rise as domestic production lags and prices rise, "By Brad Foss, AP Business Writer, Cove Point , Md.
  52. The Houston Chronicle June 20, 2003, Friday; Section: Business; Pg. 1; 626 words; "High natural gas prices resonating; Analysts fear economic damage," by David Ivanovich, Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau
  53. Federal Document Clearing House Congressional Testimony, June 19, 2003 Thursday, Capitol Hill Hearing Testimony, 4659 words, House Resources, Domestic Natural Gas Supply Shortage, Dr. Michelle Michot Foss, Link
  54. Environment and Energy Daily June 16, 2003 Monday; Oil and Gas; Vol. 10, No. 9; 1292 words; "Cubin Calls Gas Supply Hearing In Wake of Greenspan Comments"
  55. Inside F.E.R.C.'s Gas Market Report, January 31, 2003, LNG; Pg. 9, 1477 words, "Growth Of LNG Sector In Mexico Raises Questions On Role Of U.S."
  56. Inside F.E.R.C.'s Gas Market Report, January 31, 2003, LNG; Pg. 10, 1322 words, "LNG 'Crucial' For U.S. Demand, But Security Concerns Remain"
  57. Inside F.E.R.C, January 27, 2003, Supply & Demand; Pg. 16, 533 words, "LNG Seen Playing 'Crucial Role' In Meeting Future U.S. Gas Needs"
  58. Inside Energy /with Federal Lands, January 27, 2003, Natural Gas; Pg. 12, 838 words, "LNG seen playing 'crucial role' in meeting U.S. demand
  59. Gas Daily, January 23, 2003, Vol. 20, No. 14; Pg. 1, 749 words, LNG to play 'crucial role' in U.S. gas market", JM
  60. Gas Daily, January 9, 2003, Vol. 20, No. 6; Pg. 1, 815 words, "Firms eye LNG terminal on Mexican Gulf coast", JM
  61. San Diego Union-Tribune, June 16, 2002, Sunday Correction Appended, Business; Pg. H-1, 1178 words, "Big play, Big risks; Anticipating a growing need and lucrative returns, companies gamble billions on LNG projects worldwide, "The Diane Lindquist; staff writer