The U.S. Can Be a Top Three Global LNG Exporter Before 2020

Forbes

U.S. gas producers have a New Year’s resolution of their own: break into the top three liquified natural gas (LNG) exporters alongside Australia and Qatar. And they just might pull it off — provided that serious infrastructure bottlenecks are addressed in time.

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