Dr. Ebinger will speak on the potential for U.S. crude oil exports, including the economic advantages of lifting the crude oil export ban. He will touch on topics including Keystone XL, falling oil prices, and drilling in Alaska.
The 15th U.S. - China Oil & Gas Industry Forum was held September 16 – 18, 2015 in Chongqing, China. The event took place at the Chongqing Yuelai International Convention Center and includeda site visit to Chinese state oil and gas company Sinopec's Fuling Gas Field. Discovered in 2012, Fuling is China's first large-scale shale gas field to enter into commercial production. On September 17-18, the forum's technical sessions were held.
With support from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy, the United States Energy Association commissioned a study produced by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy on shale gas policies in China. The study, entitled “Meeting China’s Shale Gas Goals”, was authored by David Sandalow, Jingchao Wu, Qing Yang, Anders Hove and Junda Lin and released on September 11, 2014. The study is based on several dozen interviews conducted by the team led by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy.
The 14th U.S. - China Oil and Gas Industry Forum took place in Denver, Colorado from September 24 - 26, 2014.
The U.S.-China Oil & Gas Industry Forum (OGIF) is a public-private partnership that convenes business and government leaders from the petroleum and natural gas sectors of the United States and China on an annual basis.
Nexant’s proprietary World Gas Model will be used to analyse the impact on the world gas market of LNG exports from North America. How much will be exported, which markets will it go to and what are the implications for gas pricing in different markets, especially Europe and Asia Pacific. The impact of differing levels of LNG exports on the North American market will also be assessed.
The U.S. Energy Association is pleased to announce that Dr. Neeraj Gupta, Senior Research Leader, Energy and Environment, Battelle, will provide a briefing on CO2-Enhanced Oil Recovery and Geologic Storage in the Midwestern USA. The briefing will be held in USEA's Executive Conference Room at 2 PM on July 30, 2013.
Contrary to the troubling situation in Northern Nigeria and parts of the Middle Belt, in the oil-producing Niger Delta insecurity, abductions, and politically-motivated violence seem to be abating. More than 26,300 ex-militants have enlisted in the first and second phases of the Government's Amnesty Program and thousands of weapons have been surrendered.
Ray Schmaus of Armstrong Search Associates, a full service abstractor and consulting firm based in Pittsburgh, will provide an overview of the role of leases and titles in the current natural gas boom. The program will relate how lease research conducted in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia impacts local communities and ultimately the fortunes of Wall Street. Mr. Schmaus will specifically address the following:
The United States is currently in year four or five of a one hundred year energy advantage. Natural gas provides the United States with a competitive advantage that will lead to growth in the economy and a manufacturing renaissance with well-paying jobs.