Assessing The Impact Of US LNG Exports
By James T. Jensen*
This paper looks at whether 23bn cfd of proposed US export projects, if permitted, would be tremendously disruptive to a supply system currently producing 66bn cfd. Would they exert upward pressure on domestic prices and thus ultimately undermine US competitiveness? It is excerpted from a 29 January presentation to the Washington LNG Forum-EPRINIC Embassy Series, co-hosted with the Embassy of the Russian...
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