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Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted December 26, 2013

Though there are compelling, Economics 101-type reasons the U.S. should lift its dated ban on crude oil exports and help clear the way for the export of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG), opponents of both continue to misunderstand the way global energy markets work – as well as the significant benefits accruing to the United States from free trade.

You’ve probably heard the rhetoric: Keep American oil and natural gas locked up here at home for U.S. consumers.

This misses the essential fact that crude oil is traded (and priced) globally, and that limiting LNG exports will only limit U.S. participation in an important, developing market – while effectively denying our country the infusion of overseas wealth in exchange for valuable American commodities.

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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 3, 2010

Are you planning a trip during the upcoming Thanksgiving Day holiday? For those of us in the Washington, D.C. area, the Wednesday before Thanksgiving is the single busiest day on surrounding highways during the entire year. 

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