Tag: LNG export

Chemical, Conventional Fuels, Energy Economics

Anything other than a US-China trade deal ‘wouldn’t make sense,’ energy executives say

January 28, 2019

Via: CNBC energy

An escalating trade war between the world’s two largest economies would be nonsensical, according to executives from the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market. Oil giants and energy companies are increasingly interested in LNG — a form of natural gas chilled […]

News and Policies, U.S.

The US Can Be A Top Three Global LNG Exporter Before 2020

January 7, 2019

Via: Forbes

U.S. gas producers have a New Year’s resolution of their own: break into the top three liquified natural gas (LNG) exporters alongside Australia and Qatar. And they just might pull it off — provided that serious infrastructure bottlenecks are addressed […]

Chemical, Conventional Fuels, News and Policies, World

Europe Needs More U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas

December 7, 2018

Via: Forbes

While the U.S.-China trade war installs a cease-fire, there is an emerging opportunity for us to better link with our European allies to supply them more energy. After all, Europe has long sought to lower an over reliance on Russian […]

Chemical, Conventional Fuels, News and Policies, World

Qatar As Major Competition For U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas

November 7, 2018

Via: Forbes

As the U.S. seeks to make a bigger splash into the global LNG export business, we can be sure of one thing: stiff competition persists. With the highest GDP per capita, “The Richest Country in the World” Qatar has been […]

Commercialization, Conventional Fuels

The U.S. Is Transforming The Global Liquefied Natural Gas Market

April 17, 2017

Via: Forbes

Cheniere Energy recently celebrated loading its 100th LNG export cargo to nearly 20 countries from Sabine Pass in Louisiana, the first such facility in the contiguous U.S. Now at over 2 Bcf/d and with five additional export terminals expected by 2020, the […]