New Infrastructure Supports LNG Export Boom

Natural gas has transformed the domestic energy industry. The United States now exports more natural gas than it imports – for the first time since 1957. While higher levels of production and the development of new sources such as the Utica and Marcellus shales have played a significant role, putting the energy transportation infrastructure in place is just as vital, as can be seen from the evolution of liquefied natural gas exports.


Source: Seeking Alpha

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