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US LNG exporters face fierce competition in an oversupplied market

With Maya Weber, Platts Inside FERC, and Rachel Adams-Heard, S&P Global Market Intelligence

October 19, 2017 12:00:15 EST (4:31)

The US is looking to become the third-largest LNG exporter by 2019, and more than a dozen projects are fighting for a way to fit into a growing global market. But buyers don't feel pressure to sign long-term deals, which can be difficult for financing construction. Maya Weber, associate editor with Platts Inside FERC, and Rachel Adams-Heard, natural gas reporter with S&P Global Market Intelligence, have a conversation about the future of US LNG exports: Where is the demand, which projects will make it to completion and how will policy potentially affect the outcome?


For an even more detailed analysis of the topic, read their recent post on The Barrel blog: To deal with global supply glut, US LNG export developers thinking outside the box

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