Alaska LNG will revolutionize the Alaska economy, allowing domestic use of Alaska's natural gas resources while developing liquefied natural gas ("LNG") processing facilities so natural gas can be exported. People across the state will benefit, both directly and from multiplier effects through the economy.
Dr. Perryman describes the structure of natural gas purchase and usage in the state and how it could be adjusted to help prevent future outages.
The Marcellus Formation has surpassed the Permian Basin for fracking. Dr. Perryman explains why the Pennsylvania location is not likely to be ahead forever.
For well over a century, the vast reserves of oil and natural gas in Texas have contributed to business activity and job creation. We recently took a close look at the overall impact of the sector on business activity across the state and found that it directly or indirectly supports about one of every six Texas jobs.