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Technical Appendix - Chapter 4: Expanding Energy Supply

1. Natural Gas – Overview
Natural Gas Issues for the U.S. Industrial and Power Generation Sectors, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc. 
Natural Gas Issues for the U.S. Industrial and Power Generation Sectors – Executive Summary
Natural Gas Issues for the U.S. Power Generation
Natural Gas Price Impacts and Implications for U.S. Industry
Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline 
Increasing US Natural Gas Supplies
National Commission on Energy Policy Report
Liquefied Natural Gas 
U.S. Reliance on International Liquefied Natural Gas Supply
James Jensen, Jensen Associates
The Safety of Liquefied Natural Gas
Staff Background Paper
Land-Use Planning and Permitting 
A Review of Energy Development in the West
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
Methane Hydrates
Methane Hydrates in Context – U.S. Natural Gas Overview
Staff Background Paper

2. Advanced Coal Technologies
IGCC/Carbon Capture and Storage 
IGCC: Next Step on the Path to Gasification Based Energy from Coal Robert Williams, Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University
Upstream Coal Issues 
Coal: Planning its Future and its Legacy
J. Davitt McAteer, Wheeling College
Deployment Assistance 
Deploying IGCC in this Decade with 3Party Covenant Financing
William Rosenberg, Energy Technology Innovation Project, BCSIA, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University and the Center for Clean Air Policy
Technical Memorandum: Supporting Documentation for Commission IGCC/CCS Recommendation
Joe Chaisson, Clean Air Task Force; Tom Bechtel, Retired Director Department of Energy Technology Center; Rusty Mathews, Dickstein, Shapiro, Morin & Oshinsky, LLP

3. Renewable Electricity Technologies
State Programs 
Energy at the State Level
Business Council for Sustainable Energy

4. Non-Petroleum Transportation Fuels
Hydrogen 
Toward Polygeneration of Fluid Fuels and Electricity via Gasification of Coal and Biomass
Robert Williams, Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University
Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, Technology and Policy Overview
Joseph Romm, Center for Energy and Climate Solutions
Cellulosic Ethanol 
Cellulosic Ethanol Fact Sheet, Lee Lynd, Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth University; Lester Lave,
Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University
Role of Biomass in America’s Energy Future
Nathanael Greene, National Resources Defense Council; Lee Lynd Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College
Technical Review of the Potential of Bioethanol
Charles Mann, Private Consultant
The Car and Fuel of the Future
Joseph Romm, Center for Energy and Climate Solutions

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