U.S. Shale Gas Shaking Up Global Markets as LNG Supply SurgesBy
With start of U.S. exports, global price premiums collapsing
U.S. to have 14% of LNG capacity by 2020: Energy Aspects
Shale drillers from Pennsylvania to Texas flooded the U.S. with so much natural gas over the past decade that prices slid to a 17-year low. Now they’re going global, with the potential to upset markets from London to Tokyo.
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