Perspectives from COP28: A Monumental Moment to Reach Climate Goals

This event brought together a collective of bipartisan congressional leaders who traveled alongside environmental, government, and industry leaders from around the world to the COP28 climate summit. Speakers reflected on what was accomplished, how the U.S. and other global leaders will respond to the agreement, and the next steps toward a clean energy economy.

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Letter to Secretary Granholm on Export Approvals

We write in response to recent reports that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is considering updating the criteria it uses to determine whether an application for exporting liquified natural gas (LNG) is in the public interest.

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Road to COP28 with Sasha Mackler

In this video, Sasha Mackler (Executive Director, The Energy Program, Bipartisan Policy Center) shares the enormous climate and environmental benefits LNG can provide internationally.

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Road to COP28 with Paul Bledsoe

Paul Bledsoe (Professorial Lecturer, American university Center for Environmental Policy) explains why methane reduction paired with global coal-to-gas switching will be key to powering a cleaner future.

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Road to COP28 with Naomi Boness

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

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Road to COP28 with Alex Hergott

As a longtime attendee of COP events, Alex Herrgott (President and CEO, The Permitting Institute) has seen consensus about the need to move from coal consumption toward a net-zero climate future. At this year’s COP28, he’s emphasizing the need for a united front to build infrastructure at a faster pace without harming the environment.

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The Climate Case for Expanding U.S. Natural Gas Exports

A report by Paul Bledsoe of the Progressive Policy Institute finds that expanding U.S. natural gas production and exports can cut coal use, lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

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Solving Dual Crises

By unleashing U.S. LNG, we can help solve the dual crises of energy security and climate change.

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Americans Support More Infrastructure

A recent poll shows that most Americans believe natural gas production is better for the environment than coal and favor building more infrastructure to support production.

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PAGE Formed to Push for Policies to Address Climate Change

Energy companies, climate advocates and labor groups launch coalition to expand natural gas production to replace foreign coal and lower emissions.

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Ohio Voters are Concerned About Energy Prices and Support Increasing Natural Gas Production as a Solution

Recent polling found that voters support building new pipelines to facilitate increased production and see natural gas as a part of the state’s transition to cleaner energy, while keeping it affordable and reliable.

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US can Improve Energy Security and Climate Together

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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Maryland Voters are Concerned About Energy Prices and Support Increasing Natural Gas Production as a Solution

Recent polling found that voters support building new pipelines to facilitate increased production and see natural gas as a part of the state’s transition to cleaner energy, while keeping it affordable and reliable.

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Virginia Voters are Concerned About Energy Prices and Support Increasing Natural Gas Production as a Solution

Recent polling found that voters support building new pipelines to facilitate increased production and see natural gas as a part of the state’s transition to cleaner energy, while keeping it affordable and reliable.

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Rhode Island Voters are Concerned About Energy Prices and Support Increasing Natural Gas Production as a Solution

Recent polling found that voters support building new pipelines to facilitate increased production and see natural gas as a part of the state’s transition to cleaner energy, while keeping it affordable and reliable.

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Pennsylvania Voters are Concerned About Energy Prices and Support Increasing Natural Gas Production as a Solution

Recent polling found that voters support building new pipelines to facilitate increased production and see natural gas as a part of the state’s transition to cleaner energy, while keeping it affordable and reliable.

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