The man has pledged to destroy the industry. Who doesn’t understand that all that he does is to hurt and destroy that same industry, even if it hurts allies?
‘We produce a huge amount of energy in this country, and it’s the cleanest in the world. Halting LNG exports will weaken America and strengthen our adversaries. Biden is weakening our nation!, said DeSantis see fast clip below
We produce a huge amount of energy in this country, and it’s the cleanest in the world. Halting LNG exports will weaken America and strengthen our adversaries.
Biden is weakening our nation! pic.twitter.com/YQX36zW8zH
— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) January 26, 2024
To Sum Up The Facts:
- President Joe Biden’s pause on approvals for liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals has elicited mixed reactions, with support from Democrats and environmental groups and opposition from Republicans and industry groups.
- Biden labeled the pause a response to the climate crisis, calling it the existential threat of our time.
- Environmental organizations, almost always run by Marxists, welcomed the decision as a significant positive step. Anything that destroys or huts America, they are for, just like Biden and the Democrsats.
- Activist groups, some of which had planned protests against new LNG facilities like the Calcasieu Pass terminal in Louisiana, also supported the move due to concerns over methane emissions and environmental impact.
- Critics of the LNG projects pointed to the large scale of planned expansions, with the U.S. set to double its LNG export capacity by the decade’s end, raising environmental and climate concerns.
- Some liberal Democrats in Congress have pushed for climate considerations in the approval of new LNG export facilities, highlighting potential negative impacts on the climate and domestic energy prices.
- Moderates within the Democratic Party, such as Senator Joe Manchin, have expressed concerns that the pause might be a political maneuver detrimental to American workers, businesses, and allies.
- Industry representatives and some U.S. fossil fuel interests view the pause as creating uncertainty and inconsistency in the Biden administration’s energy policies.
- The U.S. currently operates seven LNG export terminals, with five more under construction, aiming to significantly increase its export capacity.
- The European Union, seeking alternatives to Russian gas following geopolitical tensions, has increased its reliance on LNG imports, with demand surging by 60% post the Ukraine invasion, making the U.S. a critical supplier despite ongoing Russian LNG imports. Now that Biden has done this, he hurts our allies and drives them back to buying Russian oil. It is as if the man can’t make even one good decision in his entire presidency, that actually helps the nation.
‘The Biden regime’s attack on Liquified Natural Gas has nothing to do with the absurd fight against “climate change.” LNG is relatively low on “carbon emissions.” This is an attack on the U.S. economy. It is an attack on national security. And it’s an attack on Texas, said Kyle Becker.
“Can you share the amount of greenhouse gas emissions [Biden’s ban on liquified natural gas projects] would cut?” Biden “climate advisor” Ali Zaidi: *word salad* – This is the Biden Administration. Always acting clueless, and always hurting this nation. see fast clip below
“Can you share the amount of greenhouse gas emissions [Biden’s ban on liquified natural gas projects] would cut?”
Biden “climate advisor” Ali Zaidi: *word salad* pic.twitter.com/NdebGyNcMS
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) January 26, 2024
In a significant move, the Biden administration announced on Friday a temporary pause on the approval of new liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports. This decision, according to President Joe Biden, aims to address concerns raised by environmentalists and reevaluate the impacts of LNG exports on energy costs, America’s energy security, and the environment.
President Biden emphasized the gravity of the climate crisis, declaring it the existential threat of our time. He stated that the temporary pause is a response to the demands of young people and frontline communities advocating for action to combat climate change.
Governor Greg Abbott of Texas slams Biden for freezing liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, writes, “Biden’s decision to freeze LNG exports threatens Texas—and America. This reckless decision is a gut punch to the hard-working men and women in the energy industry. It also could cause some countries to rely upon dirty coal as opposed to cleaner burning natural gas.”
The Biden regime’s decision to cut the knees out of the American LNG market will solidify Putin’s grip on the European energy market. Not only that it will destroy hundreds of thousands of jobs across the US. Senator Michael Rulli said ‘Natural gas is the lifeblood of America. Biden‘s LNG export ban will destroy American jobs, help finance our enemies, and make everyday life for working Americans more expensive. This policy cannot stand.’ President Trump, of course, released his own statement on this latest Biden act to hurt America on a large scale.
The administration plans to conduct a thorough assessment during this pause, citing the necessity for an updated evaluation since the last one in 2018. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm highlighted the significant increase in natural gas exports since 2018, with the current level at 14 billion cubic feet, along with another 12 billion cubic feet under construction and a total of 48 billion cubic feet authorized. They are forever wanting to do studies at the whim of the environmental movement, which has a propensity to finding some snail or fly that they will always claim is near extinction, and right where exploration or land use is needed. This ends up delaying using resources for many years. President Trump has pledged to put a stop to this Marxist insanity.
BREAKING IN WASHINGTON: President Biden pauses all pending approvals of liquefied natural gas exports, says climate change is real and must be tackled, cites wildfires, historic hurricanes and floods wiping homes.
In a 5:59 a.m. EST statement today, Biden writes, “In every… pic.twitter.com/slsXtXrDH7
— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) January 26, 2024
Granholm, when questioned about the necessity of the pause for the assessment, emphasized that ongoing projects would not be affected, as it would take years for them to produce and export natural gas. The move is seen as an attempt by the Biden administration to align with environmentalists who have expressed dissatisfaction with what they perceive as insufficient progress on environmental issues.
The pause will impact thirteen projects currently in the queue between the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the Department of Energy (DOE), with a total capacity of twelve billion cubic feet. The duration of the pause is expected to last for several months, raising questions about its timing, which coincides with the 2024 election cycle.
President Biden effectively froze the approval process for new plants to export U.S. liquefied natural gas, bowing to demands from environmental groups and angering oil-and-gas companies https://t.co/C40E8ZdrdI https://t.co/C40E8ZdrdI
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 26, 2024
One high-profile project potentially affected by the pause is Venture Global’s Calcasieu Pass 2 (CP2) pending LNG project in Louisiana. The DOE clarified that the pause applies to all current and future pending applications until the review is complete, potentially affecting projects like CP2 if approved by FERC.
In response to the announcement, the American Petroleum Institute (API) expressed strong opposition, characterizing it as a win for Russia. API President and CEO Mike Sommers argued that the pause is detrimental to American allies, U.S. jobs, and global climate progress. He urged the administration to prioritize global energy security over political considerations.
HAPPENING NOW: We are being told that so-called climate change is an ‘existential threat’ to our nation as Biden pauses approvals of liquified natural gas exports. pic.twitter.com/cHjfROn3Te
— MONICA PAIGE✰OANN (@MonicaPaigeTV) January 26, 2024
Industry groups, including API, warned that the pause could hinder President Biden’s climate agenda and undermine global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. They emphasized the role of U.S. LNG in stabilizing global energy markets, supporting American jobs, and facilitating the transition to cleaner fuels.
However, concerns have also been raised about the potential impact on U.S. allies in Europe and Asia. European countries, in particular, are seeking stable supplies of U.S. gas as they aim to reduce dependence on pipelined gas from Russia, especially following the 2022 invasion of Ukraine. Meanwhile, U.S. allies in Asia view LNG as a crucial component in their efforts to decrease reliance on coal.
Biden chokes. Again.
“Biden Pauses Approvals for LNG Exports”
Decision to review impacts of exports of liquefied natural gas is a victory for environmental groups https://t.co/8CKSv9K7uD
— Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) January 26, 2024
As the Biden administration undertakes this pause, the debate surrounding its potential consequences intensifies. While environmentalists welcome the move as a step towards addressing climate concerns, industry groups argue that it could compromise both economic interests and global energy security. The coming months will reveal the outcomes of the administration’s reevaluation and its implications for the LNG industry, the environment, and geopolitical dynamics. We all know he intends on destroying the industry whole. Let’s pray there is a fair election in November, and we rid ourselves of this man before we end up going into a depression or have a revolution.
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Major Points Discussed:
- President Biden announced a temporary pause on new liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports, citing the need to evaluate the impact on energy costs, national security, and the environment.
- The move is seen as a response to environmentalists’ calls, reflecting President Biden’s commitment to address the climate crisis and meet the demands of young activists and frontline communities.
- Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm highlighted the necessity of a new assessment, considering the significant growth in LNG exports since the last evaluation in 2018. Thirteen projects with a total capacity of twelve billion cubic feet will be affected by the pause.
- The pause is expected to last for several months, raising questions about its timing coinciding with the 2024 election cycle. This has sparked speculation about the decision’s potential political implications.
- The American Petroleum Institute (API) strongly opposes the pause, labeling it as a win for Russia. Industry groups argue that it may jeopardize U.S. energy leadership, undermine American jobs, and hinder global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Concerns are also raised about its impact on U.S. allies in Europe and Asia seeking stable gas supplies.
Comments – Threads – Links
- Absolutely! Natural gas is a great alternative to fossil fuels, with lower greenhouse gas emissions and less air pollution. – smartgrow
- Let’s turn off the heat at the WH and see how long it takes for him to announce “uncle”. He has now jumped the shark! – Rosa Will
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