Proposed projects could make North America a global LNG player
The need to break a natural gas supply glut has proponents rushing to build liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects in the United States and Canada. It’s easy to understand why the interest is high. Natural gas prices in North America are in the tank and producers are anxious to sell their product to Asian customers who are willing to pay top dollar for the chilled fossil fuel. While the export plans grow more numerous as the months go by, it’s unlikely every LNG project now on the books will get built. But here are the locations and sponsors of nine proposed projects currently on regulators’ radars.
Source: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission