Expanding U.S. Trade Markets: Exploring Liquefied Natural Gas Exports

  • Wednesday, Jul 10, 2013
  • The CSIS Energy and National Security Program and Wadhwani Chair in U.S.-India Studies invite you to a discussion on:

    Expanding U.S. Trade Markets: Exploring Liquefied Natural Gas Exports

    featuring:

    The Honorable Charles W. Boustany (R-LA)
    U.S. Representative for Louisiana's 3rd Congressional District

    Ambassador Karl F. Inderfurth
    Senior Adviser and Wadhwani Chair in U.S.-India Studies, CSIS

    Sarah O. Ladislaw
    Co-director and Senior Fellow, Energy and Security Program, CSIS
     
    Wednesday, July 10, 2013
    8:30 - 9:45 AM
    Center for Strategic & International Studies

    B1 Conference Center
    1800 K St. NW, Washington, DC 20006

    Please RSVP to externalrelations@csis.org

    The U.S. will soon become an exporter of liquefied natural gas into global markets. In addition to potentially changing the global energy map, liquefied natural gas exports will add to the shale gas revolution’s stimulus for the US economy, reduce trade deficits, and provide new sources of revenue to all levels of government.  Rapidly growing Asian economies will need energy of all types creating a major opportunity for US gas exporters to provide clean natural gas and deepen the commercial relationship between our country and the Asian region.

    Please join us for a conversation with Congressman Charles W. Boustany (R-LA), who will discuss his state’s efforts to expand energy exports and the importance of the Asian region to the North American gas market. 

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    The event will stream LIVE.

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