Future Looks Bright For U.S. LNG Exports
In late February, the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipment left the United States. It sailed into an economically difficult global market with excess supplies of LNG, sluggish growth in energy demand, and exceptionally low oil prices against which global LNG prices are often set. However, many analysts and policymakers see reasons to expect growing demand for U.S. LNG.
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