The U.S. has become a leading exporter of LNG, which is often used to ease energy shortages around the world. That stokes price volatility.
India, Thailand and other emerging markets struggled after some of the liquefied natural gas they'd expected was rerouted to Europe.
There aren't enough ships to carry liquefied natural gas, nor enough port facilities to load and unload it.
The price of natural gas on U.S. futures markets has been falling, and we've been storing large amounts. That may come in handy this winter.
Turning enough gas into liquid so that it can be shipped is a stumbling block.
The U.S. has been exporting less liquefied natural gas to China since last fall.
U.S. trade tensions with China could cause problems for the booming American LNG industry, experts warn.
The Persian Gulf state of Qatar, one of the smallest members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, will leave the cartel in January after nearly six decades. Qatar said the move allows it to focus on its natural gas industry. Qatar’s decision says a lot about the growth of natural gas in the world’s […]
It would provide direct access to overseas markets. With a new administration in place, the project could be revived.