Replace foreign coal with U.S. LNG

The U.S. can expand the availability of natural gas through permitting reform to reduce emissions and increase energy security

Solving the Energy and Climate Crises

Increased infrastructure, like pipelines and export terminals, will rapidly increase LNG supply to replace foreign coal, thereby protecting the climate, strengthening the economy, lowering energy costs and bolstering energy security.

Our motive

We are driven by a desire to responsibly solve complex global energy and
climate problems.

Our goal

Reduce global emissions, lower energy costs and bolster energy security through the production and export of cleaner natural gas.

Understanding the Moment

The U.S. has led the world in lowering greenhouse emissions over the past 15 years and kept prices stable by switching to natural gas and renewables. Yet geopolitical strife and inadequate access to reliable energy sources has led nations to revert to coal generation. As a result, global emissions in just the last year have surpassed the total greenhouse gas emissions reductions the U.S achieved with wind and solar over the last 15 years.

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Our Motive

We are driven by a desire to responsibly solve complex global energy and climate problems.

Our Goal

Lower energy costs, bolster energy security, improve quality of life, and protect the climate through increased natural gas production.

From the blog

New poll finds that nearly 70% of voters support increasing natural gas production

There is a broad consensus that voters want natural gas to be part of a steady transition to clean energy.

Nationwide Poll Shows Bipartisan Consensus (69%) that Voters Support Increasing Natural Gas Production

Amid concerns about energy reliability and affordability, 76% of voters want a steady transition to clean energy by using all options currently available.
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The Proven Solution


less CO2 emitted by natural gas than coal to produce the same power


of U.S. power generation emissions reductions over the past 15 years were driven by coal-to-natural gas switching.


global power sector emissions reduction if the world’s top 5% worst emitting coal-powered plants switched to natural gas.

Hear from our experts

Sasha Mackler

Executive Director, The Energy Program, Bipartisan Policy Center

Sasha discusses the enormous climate and environmental benefits LNG can provide internationally.

Paul Bledsoe

Professorial Lecturer, American university Center for Environmental Policy

Learn why methane reduction paired with global coal-to-gas switching will be key to powering a cleaner future.

Naomi Boness Ph.D.

Managing Director of the Natural Gas Initiative, Stanford University

Hear about the need for global leaders to identify pragmatic solutions that will protect energy security and reduce emissions.