US LNG export plants along Gulf Coast may consider shut-ins in future as volumes surge

Wednesday, 29 January 2020

With liquefied natural gas prices hitting historic Northern Hemisphere winter season lows in the Atlantic Basin and the Pacific Basin, it is likely in the year ahead that US exports in particular will be more price sensitive with the possibility of shut-ins along the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Texas.

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