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David Lawrence
Lawrence Energy Group - Invest in People, Energy and Ideas; UW Energy, Law & Policy Fellow; Lexplore Energy; Explorer
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Richard Meyer Jul 11
My (really really long) tweet storm on our recently released studies on residential electrification policies and other potential pathways for greenhouse gas reductions.
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David Lawrence Jul 11
Read the thread - and the report. Rigorous. I love the careful inclusion of assumptions. Good stuff from
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David Lawrence Jul 10
Progress on many fronts: “If there were a blueprint of how to approach any kind of major industrial project, especially in oil and gas, LNG Canada is one to learn from," says the Haisla Nation’s Smith.
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David Lawrence Jul 9
In general, you have to ask yourself if, in a democracy, regulation by litigation is better than regulation by legislation. Put yourself on the opposite side of an issue before you answer.
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David Lawrence Jul 9
Replying to @JesseJenkins
Hard to believe, but you’ll back at these days as some of the best in your life. Enjoy! And congrats - the draft is the crux!
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Jason Bordoff Jul 7
IEA finds: -US will lead LNG export growth -US gas prices will still be low -US exports helping to create more competitive, liquid, integrated, secure global gas market Interesting to go back & read original DOE approvals, which make exactly these points
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IEA Jul 7
In the next 5️⃣ years, the US 🇺🇸 will account for close to 3/4 of all LNG export growth & its market share will jump to 20%, from 4% today. Explore key findings from Gas 2018:
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David Lawrence Jul 2
4 charts illustrate why Rhode Island’s lawsuit against oil companies over climate change may be a bit challenging:
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David Lawrence Jul 1
Fans didn’t pay to see Babe Ruth bunt: Read
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Susan Sakmar Jun 30
Top 3 exporters by mid-2020s per Outlook are 100 mtpa 🇶🇦, 87 mtpa 🇦🇺 71 mtpa 🇺🇸.
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Steve Everley Jun 26
Lots of talk about natural gas and climate, but what about reducing local air pollution? Since switching its power generation to natural gas, "hospital admissions for respiratory problems have fallen in Lanzhou by around 40%"
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Richard Meyer Jun 25
It's time to put to bed the idea that gas is somehow worse than coal because of methane emissions. The new Science study found that methane emissions are still half the level they'd need to be for coal- and gas-fired electricity to produce the same amount of GHGs over 20 years.
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Daniel Raimi Jun 25
The new methane study from is very valuable and consistent with existing research: 1) emissions are a problem, 2) they do not negate NG's climate benefit relative to coal, and 3) this is largely a solvable problem. My take here:
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David Lawrence Jun 25
Charles, thank you for your service, dedication and vision and wishing best success to Denise!
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Richard Meyer Jun 23
Replying to @RichardMeyerDC
Maybe one doesn't think those reductions in emissions are *enough.* Fine, that's a value judgement. But it's incorrect to say there's no conclusive evidence voluntary measures, including better technologies and adopted practices by industry, have reduced methane emissions.
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David Lawrence Jun 24
Inspiring geology. Watch the video!
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David Lawrence Jun 22
I would encourage all to read yesterday’s thoughtful thread from on the paper.
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David Lawrence Jun 21
Read this thread. Helpful and balanced challenge. , are you planning to formalize into op-ed or other response beyond Twitter?
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Ed Crooks Jun 21
A second wave of US LNG export plants is gathering momentum, with the potential for tens of billions of investment and tens of thousands of construction jobs. The biggest threat it faces? An escalating trade war with China via
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Daniel Yergin Jun 20
The shale gas revolution at 10 years: The pace of growth continues to accelerate - U.S. nat gas production could grow another 60 percent in next 20 yrs. See our new report on how far things have come and where they go from here at:
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