JPMorgan CEO says Ukraine War Fallout Proves Essential Role of Natural Gas, Oil

December 8, 2022 – JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s chief executive said the world’s current and foreseeable energy needs cannot be met without natural gas and oil. JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon said Russia’s war in Ukraine amplified the significant role of both energy sources. He noted the surge in European demand for imports of U.S. LNG and other sources of liquefied natural gas following the onset of the conflict in February.

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Why the war on fossil fuels is causing chaos

December 5, 2022 – Natural gas is the leading source of fuel for electricity production in the United States, and more gas would mean cheaper power for millions of households. It would also provide further relief for European nations trying to live without Russian supplies. Gas is “the biggest energy security blanket for Americans,” Rice said. “Get some pipelines built and U.S. oil and gas operators will step up.”

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Power Switch | Coal bounces back

November 22, 2022 – Despite significant reductions in the United States, where coal plants have shuttered in droves since 2010, global emissions from burning coal remain relatively flat. That’s mostly because Europe and Asia have ramped up production as they struggle with the fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, writes POLITICO E&E News reporter Benjamin Storrow.

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Opinion | US can improve energy security and climate together

October 18, 2022 – PAGE Advisory Council member and Strategic Advisor at the Progressive Policy Institute, Paul Bledsoe, writes in The Hill about improving global energy security and reducing emissions by increasing the production and export of natural gas.

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