Jude Clemente
Contributor|Energy

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I am Principal at JTC Energy Research Associates, LLC. I hold a B.A. in International Relations from Penn State University, with a minor in Statistical Analysis. I got my M.S. in Homeland Security from San Diego State University, with...
I am Principal at JTC Energy Research Associates, LLC. I hold a B.A. in International Relations from Penn State University, with a minor in Statistical Analysis. I got my M.S. in Homeland Security from San Diego State University, with a focus on Energy Security, and an MBA from St. Francis University, with a focus on Energy Economics. My research specialization includes North American and international trends in liquid fuels, natural gas, coal, renewables, electricity and GHG emissions – and their connection to human development. I have over 400 professional publications in a variety of energy-related media, notably Pipeline & Gas Journal, Carbon Capture Journal, Journal of Energy Security, Power, World Oil, Public Utilities Fortnightly, and the Journal of Energy and Development. I have also been a writer and editor for reports commissioned by the U.S. Department of Energy, International Energy Agency, and other major energy research organizations.
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Oct 11, 2019

The World's Largest Natural Gas Users And US LNG

The 7 largest gas users account for some 60% of total global usage. China is the largest incremental buyer, but India should eventually catch up. To counter Putin and the rising Middle East, the U.S. must leverage its LNG export boom to help the world diversify its supply options.
Oct 9, 2019

Canada To Add Nearly 25% Of New Global Crude Oil Supply

With 170 billion barrels of proven crude oil reserves, the importance of Canada in global supply will continue to grow. Yes, the country's goal is to reach fast-growing Asia, but exports to primary customer U.S. have stood stronger even in the face of the U.S. shale boom.
Oct 6, 2019

U.S. Natural Gas Reserves Continue To Soar

It's been a consistent theme since the U.S. shale revolution took flight in 2008: not just surging natural gas production but also surging gas reserves. In fact, the industry is always evolving, and we have even more gas than advertised.
Oct 3, 2019

Texas, North Dakota, And New Mexico Leading the U.S. Shale Oil Revolution

North Dakota and Texas now account for some 60% of U.S. crude oil production. These two states buffered us from an oil price spike just a few weeks ago when drone attacks in Saudi Arabia took 5% of the world's oil supply offline. The U.S. DOE confirms that our oil outlook shines bright.
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