Will Natural Gas Exports Cause Prices to Rise?
November 14, 2013 | Fuel Fix
The chemical industry believes that exporting natural gas will increase their costs, but many in the oil and gas industry disagree.
The Natural Gas Export Primer
January 19, 2014 | American Progress
"A substantial increase in natural gas exports could have a number of effects, including increased natural gas and electricity prices, increased gross domestic product, or GDP, and increased production of natural gas through fracking. A debate is therefore unfolding about whether a dramatic rise in export volumes should be prevented or encouraged." Quoted from the article.
Related: What is Liquefied Natural Gas?
Exporting Natural Gas from the Haynesville Shale
February 27, 2014 | Bloomberg
Production of natural gas from the Haynesville Shale has been falling in response to low gas prices and more lucrative drilling opportunities. Some believe that the solution is in exporting the gas to Asia where prices are much higher.