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How U.S. LNG Production Will Ultimately Exploit Global Markets

Mar 13, 2015 | 09:08 GMT
Cheniere's LNG facility under construction at Sabine Pass in Louisiana. The growth of liquefied natural gas production in the United States is a charged political topic because of the standoff between Russia and the West. Given the number of natural gas projects under construction in North America, it is only a matter of time before the United States is influential in global markets.
Cheniere's LNG facility under construction at Sabine Pass in Louisiana. The growth of liquefied natural gas production in the United States is a charged political topic because of the standoff between Russia and the West. Given the number of natural gas projects under construction in North America, it is only a matter of time before the United States is influential in global markets.
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The growth of liquefied natural gas production in the United States is a charged political topic because of the standoff between Russia and the West. U.S. LNG exports are not exactly competitive with Russia, but it's only a matter of time before the United States is influential in global markets....

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