NCAC Lunch Presentation – A U.S. View of Global Oil & Natural Gas Issues

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Oil prices are on the rise. Natural gas is becoming a global commodity. The United States is the largest producer of both, and has entered the export market. Last year, U.S. crude oil exports went to 37 destinations, up from 27 in the prior year.  2017 was also the first year since 1957 that the U.S exported more natural gas than it imported.


**Guy Caruso, Senior Adviser at CSIS and President of USAEE

**Michael Ratner, Specialist in Energy Policy at Congressional Research Service

Guy and Michael will address global oil and natural gas issues from the U.S. perspective. This will be a lively and informative discussion.

· Member – $25.00
· Non-Member – $30.00
· Student Member – $5.00
· Student Non-Member – $10.00


Chinatown Gardens
618 "H" Street, NW
Washington DC 20001

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