Potential Market Effects of US Lower-48 LNG Exports
By Rafael McDonald, Mary Lashley Barcella, and Marcela Rosas
Abundant supplies of low-cost domestic natural gas have made the economics of US lower-48 liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports more attractive. This Private Report discusses the proposed projects, requirements that must be met to gain regulatory approval to export LNG, global LNG markets and competition, and the potential effects of US LNG exports on domestic natural gas markets and prices....
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