December 2012, Vol. 239 No. 12

Features

LNG Export Plans Lay Foundation For An Emerging Market

The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) business has a buzz under way with the advent of a new natural gas industry building boom idling on the sidelines as more than a dozen proposals for federal permits await a decision on the start of a domestic LNG export program. The industry assumption is federal policymakers – regardless of who controls the White House – will give the green light to many of the export projects. While the global market ultimately will decide how many U.S. projects come to fruition, there is no doubt that the EPC sector for large energy projects will be busy in the next five to 10 years. Export complexes – particularly greenfie

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