Unintended Consequences? How The Crisis in the Ukraine is Influencing U.S. Policy on LNG and Crude Oil Exports
International Shale Gas and Oil Journal
June 1, 2014

In his recent article, published in the May, 2014 edition of International Shale Gas and Oil Journal, partner Mark Robeck explains why Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the ongoing tensions in Ukraine may push a United States Democratic administration to do what oil and gas producers have unsuccessfully sought for many years—relaxation or even elimination of the restrictions on the export of crude oil and natural gas produced in the U.S.