The G2 Energy Export Complex, the centerpiece of an integrated system that includes upstream/midstream elements, will process, produce and sell 13 mmtpa (on average, 1.7 Bcfpd) of low-priced LNG with net-zero emissions from the natural gas producing reservoir, through treatment and transportation, to liquefaction and delivery to the dock for loading on ships.
Published and implemented in 2011 the Oklahoma First Energy Plan was developed to maximize the future potential of energy in the Sooner State. It positioned the state as a model for pragmatic energy policy by fostering economic development, transitioning transportation fuels, optimizing the existing energy system, and diversifying the state's energy mix.
On July 23, 2010, the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) and the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas (UT-BEG) co-hosted a symposium on the Role of Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) in Accelerating the Deployment of Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS). Through this event a breakthrough understanding of the opportunity to simultaneously advance seemingly divergent goals of removing CO2 from the energy system while enhancing U.S. energy production and security was created.
The fourth in a series of interdisciplinary studies produced by the MIT, The Future of Natural Gas evaluates the role of natural gas in an increasingly carbon competitive world. The 2011 study explores the vital role natural gas plays in the current energy system while evaluating the potential opportunities and challenges facing natural gas in a shifting energy landscape.