March 2021, Vol. 248, No. 3


US LNG Exports: Uneven Pathway from Oilfields to Terminals

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor     In August of last year, between COVID-19 pandemic surges, senior executives at San Diego, Calif.-based Sempra Energy, a leading North American utility and natural gas infrastructure holding company, were dissecting the future for U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG), given 2020’s severe downturn in global energy markets.   LNG tanker Arctic Voyager near a port off Lithuania. They spoke to analysts on a quarterly earnings conference call with a basic message that the nation’s energy glass is half full. A second wave of global LNG demand is coming in the mid-part of this decade, they said.  CEO Jef

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