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America May Be the World's Biggest LNG Supplier by 2035

Bloomberg, March 10, 2017

According to two Midstream executives, the U.S. is poised to become the world's largest supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG) within the next 20 years, overtaking Australia and Qatar. In an interview at the CERAweek energy conference this week, Tellurian Inc. CEO Meg Gentle said “the U.S. will be the cheapest source of new LNG", placing them in the driver's seat to meet a lot of the world's growing demand. "North America’s energy advantage extends from a unique combination of resources, the most advanced technologies being applied to those resources, and the availability of capital,” Enbridge CEO Albert Monaco added. “By 2035, it’s quite likely we are going to see the U.S. making up the largest market share of the LNG market.”

 

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