Elizabeth Rosenberg, senior fellow and director of the Energy, Environment and Security program, testified before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on the geopolitical potential of the U.S. energy boom. In her opening remarks Elizabeth Rosenberg stated, the U.S. government “would have more scope to promote stable global markets, U.S. prosperity and our foreign policy interests with greater energy production and a more nimble and permissive export regime for liquefied natural gas (LNG) and crude oil.”
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