|제 목||EGS-CGEP Energy Forum 2013 New York|
EGS-CGEP Energy Forum 2013 New York
Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 Columbia University New York, USA
Co-hosted by the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University and the Center for Energy Governance & Security at Hanyang University, this forum will focus on the impact of potential US natural gas exports on Asia-Pacific energy security. The unconventional natural gas boom has dramatically altered America’s energy landscape. Not long ago, the US was the world’s largest natural gas importer. By the end of 2012, 20 companies had applied to the US Department of Energy (DOE) for permission to export liquefied natural gas (LNG). While applications to export to Free Trade Agreement (FTA) countries are automatically granted, Korea is the only FTA country that is a large market for LNG. Therefore, nearly all companies have also applied for permits to export to non-FTA countries, which DOE is required to issue unless it finds doing so would be contrary to the public interest. To date, one non-FTA permit has been issued. In total, Asia accounts for 60% of current global LNG imports and is projected to be the fastest-growing LNG market in coming years.
|이전글||US Shale Gas & Pacific Gas Market|
|다음글|| 제1차 국제에너지포럼: 중국 셰일가스|