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Title Monetizing natural gas in the new "new deal" economy / Michelle Michot Foss, Anna Mikulska, Gürcan Gülen, editors
Published Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2021


Description 1 online resource (552 pages)
Contents Chapter 1. All Value Chains Begin Upstream -- Chapter 2. The Gas-Power Nexus -- Chapter 3. Petrochemicals: An Industrial Renaissance? -- Chapter 4. LNG in the Global Context -- Chapter 5. Natural Gas Worldwide: Where Are the Markets, Where Are They Heading? -- Chapter 6. Building Sustainable Natural Gas Markets -- Chapter 7. Conclusions and Path Forward
Summary Natural gas markets have undergone momentous changes, worldwide. This book updates and expands on the dynamics, performance and forward path of expanding natural gas use in the US and worldwide, including international trade. It brings together major research themes and findings with recent updates and analysis of new trends and developments. It also explores many considerations for natural gas market development, such as the importance of infrastructure, transparent pricing, and institutional capacity. This book is unique in providing background on the full natural gas value chain as well as information and analysis that can foster scenario-building and decision-making. Of particular value are the lessons learned and demonstrated for those countries that aspire to build effective natural gas markets and to expand natural gas development and use. Michelle Michot Foss is Fellow in Energy, Minerals & Materials at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy-Center for Energy Studies, USA. She has contributed widely recognized research on the natural gas/LNG industries. She has nearly 40 years of experience in energy/environment research, consulting and investment banking. Her professional engagements have entailed more than 20 countries, more than 40 with capacity building. She has numerous professional recognitions and awards. She was past president of USAEE, IAEE and is a USAEE Senior Fellow. Anna Mikulska is Nonresident Fellow in Energy Studies at Rice University's Baker Institute-CES, USA. She is also a senior fellow at University of Pennsylvanias Kleinman Center for Energy Policy. Her research focuses on the geopolitics of natural gas within the EU, former Soviet Bloc and Russia. Her current interests include the potential use of natural gas as a geoeconomic tool and ways in which US LNG exports could bolster European energy security. Gurcan Gulen is an energy economist with 25 years of experience in research on oil, natural gas, and electric power value chains; related technical assistance; and customized capacity building in numerous countries. After nine years at the University of Houston and 13 years at the Bureau of Economic Geology (UT-Austin), he is now an independent consultant and continues to instruct in executive education programs. He is a USAEE Senior Fellow
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Subject Gas industry -- Economic aspects
Gas industry -- Economic aspects -- United States
Gas industry -- Economic aspects.
Energy policy.
Natural resources.
Political planning.
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Michot Foss, Michelle
Mikulska, Anna
Gülen, Gürcan.
ISBN 9783030599836