July 2019, Vol. 246, No. 7


LNG: Supporting Midstream Infrastructure as Financial Lifeline

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor   When examining the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade, including the role of U.S. midstream infrastructure, there are various exogenous factors that can be part of the matrix.  They may seem unrelated, but there are possible impacts from such disparate issues as immigration reform in the European Union and United States, the U.S. Jones Act regarding shipping, U.S.-Russia relations, recent North American natural disasters such as Hurricane Maria, and the U.S.-China ongoing trade war. Officials at the Center for LNG, a branch of the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) in Washington, D.C., were emphatic

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