Oil and gas exports

Jenny Mandel



Jenny has covered a wide range of energy, technology and business beats for all of E&E News' publications since joining the company in 2007. Currently writing for Energywire, she tracks oil and gas issues including domestic and international markets and technology deployment. Previous work at E&E has focused on renewables, energy efficiency, biofuels, technology policy and the national research laboratories. Before joining the company, she covered the federal bureaucracy for National Journal Group's Government Executive and U.N. environmental negotiations for the Earth Negotiations Bulletin. She got her start in journalism while reporting for The Indian Express newspaper in Mumbai, India, and has also worked as a web programmer. She graduated from Stanford University with a degree in computer and cognitive sciences.

Latest Stories


Mountain Valley work can resume to prevent erosion — FERC

Federal regulators have lifted a stop-work order along 70 miles of the Mountain Valley pipeline route, agreeing with the developers' contention that completing the installation of pipe is the "best option" to minimize environmental and safety risks while the project undergoes more court-mandated reviews.


Bottlenecks south of the border could hit U.S. markets

Strong global demand for natural gas has kept U.S. exports moving quickly since the country became a major liquefied natural gas supplier two years ago. But chokepoints for pipeline exports to Mexico and for LNG shipments to Asia could limit U.S. shipments over the next few years.


$28B gas export project could break ground next year

One of the largest liquefied natural gas export projects currently under development is on schedule to reach a final investment decision next year and put LNG on the water in 2023, according to filings by Houston-based Tellurian Inc.