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International Community Wants Biden to Act on LNG

Expert BlogInternational, United StatesMima Holt, Jake Schmidt

Allies from key countries around the world came out resoundingly in support of the Biden administration's decision to pause permitting of new liquefied natural gas export facilities.

COP28 Climate Funds Pledge Tracker

Expert BlogInternationalJoe Thwaites
At COP28, countries will pledge to UN climate funds that help developing countries reduce greenhouse emissions and address the impacts of climate change. Keep track here.

Liquefied Natural Gas has Limited Impact in Displacing Coal Emissions

Expert BlogUnited StatesJake Schmidt, Ade Samuel, Shruti Shukla
The fossil fuel industry is selling a false narrative that liquefied natural gas (LNG) expansion is a “climate solution” because it displaces coal consumption globally. This claim doesn’t stand up against the facts. U.S. LNG has no or very limited…

Transportation Funding Gets a Potential Boost

Expert BlogUnited StatesShruti Vaidyanathan
A new bill from Congressman Hank Johnson could help secure desperately needed operations funding for transit agencies across the country.

Oil by Rail Schemes Hit with Setbacks, Delays

Expert BlogUnited StatesJosh Axelrod
Two oil-by-rail projects carrying Uinta Basin crude oil aimed for transport beside the Colorado River are facing growing headwinds, with the Wildcat Loadout expansion now paused and the Uinta Basin Railway losing another key permit.