Friday, 1 February 2019

EIA sees U.S LNG export capacity to level off after 2030

Rapidly evolving exports of LNG and liquid fuels will turn the United States into a net energy exporter next year. As gas demand grows in Asia and Henry Hub prices remain competitive, US LNG export capacity is expected to rise further before levelling off after 2030, when rival supplies are set to enter global markets.

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