U.S. LNG Export Terminals Closer to Fruition After Getting FERC Permits, an
Industrial Info News Alert
SUGAR LAND, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 08/28/14 -- Researched by
Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- With the boom in
natural gas production in the U.S., prices have plummeted. Supply has
greatly expanded, while demand has grown only steadily. The next step
for producers is to export the surplus supply to regions with higher
natural gas prices and increase profit margins. According to
Industrial Info's data, there are three export terminals in the Gulf
Coast that have received export permits, with a total of more than 39
million tons per year (MMT/yr) of liquefied natural gas that can be
Within this article: Details on the Freeport LNG terminal, managed in
part by ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP); the Sabine Pass terminal by
Cheniere Energy (NYSE:LNG); and the Cameron LNG terminal, including
current schedules and capacities.
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