U.S. Shale Gas Bound for Europe After Leaving CheniereBy , , and
Sixth tanker from Sabine Pass plant headed for Portugal
Asia has become less attractive destination for U.S. LNG
Within a decade of revolutionizing domestic natural gas markets, U.S. LNG produced from shale will for the first time enter Europe, a region dominated by Russian and Norwegian supplies.
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