U.S. Producers Catching a Break with LNG Export Ramp-Up

Vast supplies of low-cost natural gas have put the United States on track to becoming the largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) within the decade. But before reaching that level of global dominance, a handful of export facilities due to begin service over the next year should provide some much needed relief to producers in key unconventional plays and serve as a test for a gas market contending with new demand. Read More