Energy

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U.S. oil boom breaks records

The United States is the world's largest oil and natural gas producer. By 2020, the U.S. will become a net energy exporter.
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Pompeo touts Lower Mekong Initiative

As a part of his trip to Asia, Secretary Pompeo renewed the U.S. commitment to an initiative that helps five countries along the Mekong River.
Pompeo at a lectern addressing an audience (State Dept./Ron Przysucha)

Pompeo: U.S. energy doesn’t come with strings

Speaking at an energy conference, Secretary Pompeo set out the benefits of the United States' being a world leader in energy production.
Two people standing in bucket by power lines (Claire Novak)

Women break boundaries in the energy sector

USAID is working in nine countries to increase the number of women in the energy sector,  especially in higher-paying technical and leadership positions.
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Energy project links Central to South Asia with more than electricity

Two countries in Central Asia have electricity to spare, while two neighbors need more power. Learn how all four countries are cooperating on CASA-1000 to solve both problems.
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U.S. boosts India’s energy security with natural gas exports

A U.S. company sent its first shipment of liquefied natural gas, or LNG, to India. Diversifying India's energy supply will promote its energy security.
Tanker docking on a river (© Getty Images / Lindsey Janies / Bloomberg)

Delivering a new energy future for Europe

Poland received the first shipment of liquefied natural gas from the U.S. to Central Europe. The delivery boosts energy affordability and stability.
Illustration of wind blowing turbine (State Dept./Doug Thompson)

5 myths about wind energy

Wind energy has come a long way. Today it's more efficient and cheaper than ever. What do you think you know about wind energy that isn't true?
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Energy in one Texas city: Good planning makes good business

Texas may be known for its oil and gas, but one city there plans to get nearly all of its electricity from renewables, such as wind and solar.