Chairman of the Atlantic Council’s Energy Advisory Group and Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center Nonresident Senior Fellow David Goldwyn writes for the New York Times on the future priorities of America’s energy companies:

A global battle for a share of Asia’s future energy demand is on, and Middle East suppliers may win it. Both the United States and Asia would benefit, however, if American companies won a greater presence in the region.

American companies could gain a strong share of Asia’s future demand if they could compete aggressively against Middle Eastern producers. They will earn this right only by focusing on the right to export and by not fighting carbon-reduction measures at home.

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