The management team for Comstock Resources Inc., the largest exploration and production (E&P) firm focused on the gassy Haynesville Shale, on Tuesday signaled it would consider taking stakes in a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility.

Citing the Haynesville’s proximity to Gulf Coast LNG export terminals, CEO Jay Allison told analysts during a call to discuss first quarter earnings that Comstock currently sells about 14% of its gas to LNG facilities.

CFO Roland Burns said the company is “in constant talks” to sell more production directly to LNG shippers.

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Comstock is “looking to develop long-term relationships with them and continue...