Exports

USMCA Takes Effect, Guaranteeing Zero-Tariff Trade in North America for U.S. Energy Producers

USMCA Takes Effect, Guaranteeing Zero-Tariff Trade in North America for U.S. Energy Producers

Officials in Mexico, the United States and Canada celebrated the launch of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) on Wednesday, as the revamped North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) treaty took effect after two years of negotiations.  “USMCA will support and grow North American energy security by maintaining zero-tariff trade for crude oil, gasoline, kerosene-type jet fuel…

July 2, 2020
COLUMN: The Basics of U.S. LNG; How it’s Sold and Why It Matters

COLUMN: The Basics of U.S. LNG; How it’s Sold and Why It Matters

The boom in U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports in recent years is not only about abundant resources and cheap gas, but also how that low-cost supply has been tailored and sold to a global market historically accustomed to restrictive trade.  Putting aside the woefully loose market of today, we all know that low-cost gas…

June 29, 2020
Headwinds Persist in European Gas Market, Keeping U.S. Exports Locked Out

Headwinds Persist in European Gas Market, Keeping U.S. Exports Locked Out

Feed gas deliveries to U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals hovered near a three-week high on Thursday in a bright spot that’s likely to be short-lived as pain continues throughout the global market and American cargoes have largely been priced out of Europe where headwinds are keeping prices flat.  The continent has been the…

June 25, 2020
Wyoming, Montana Push for U.S. Supreme Court to Rule on Coal Export Dispute

Wyoming, Montana Push for U.S. Supreme Court to Rule on Coal Export Dispute

Wyoming and Montana on Tuesday filed briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court challenging as unconstitutional the state of Washington’s rejection of an export terminal to process the states’ coal supplies for export to Asian markets. The two states in January asked the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on Washington’s denial of a water permit for…

June 24, 2020
Low U.S. LNG Export Capacity Utilization Seen Continuing Through August

Low U.S. LNG Export Capacity Utilization Seen Continuing Through August

After soaring to record levels in March, natural gas deliveries to U.S. export facilities plummeted by more than half only two months later as Covid-19 amplified demand destruction resulting from a mild winter, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA). The EIA said feed gas deliveries to liquefied natural gas (LNG) production terminals fell to…

June 23, 2020
LNG Recap: U.S. Feed Gas Deliveries Rebound, but More Cargo Cancellations Likely

LNG Recap: U.S. Feed Gas Deliveries Rebound, but More Cargo Cancellations Likely

Feed gas deliveries to U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals finally jumped back up on Monday after sitting below 4 Bcf/d for nearly two weeks. For the evening cycle for Monday’s gas day, Genscape Inc. estimates showed a 550 MMcf day/day jump in feed gas demand to more than 4 Bcf/d overall.  “Most notably,…

June 22, 2020
Coastal GasLink to Start Laying Pipe for LNG Canada This Summer

Coastal GasLink to Start Laying Pipe for LNG Canada This Summer

After surviving protests and the Covid-19 pandemic, Coastal GasLink (CGL) plans to start  laying pipe for the only liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project underway on the northern Pacific coast of British Columbia (BC). CGL said construction employment would roughly triple to peak at more than 2,500 in September as work accelerates along the 416-mile…

June 22, 2020
Oil Export Growth Continuing at South Texas Corpus Port Despite Covid-19

Oil Export Growth Continuing at South Texas Corpus Port Despite Covid-19

Crude exports from the Port of Corpus Christi in South Texas are continuing to boom even amidst the coronavirus pandemic, and projects and enhancements appear poised to solidify its dominance along the Gulf Coast.

June 17, 2020
Canada Still Tops for U.S. Natural Gas, Oil Trading, Even as Domestic LNG Exports Grow

Canada Still Tops for U.S. Natural Gas, Oil Trading, Even as Domestic LNG Exports Grow

Many U.S. natural gas and oil operators may view overseas demand as the best option for growth, particularly for liquefied natural gas (LNG), but Canada continues to be the largest source of domestic energy imports and the second only to Mexico for exports, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said Friday.

June 8, 2020
Despite Uncertainty, Mexico Said to Remain Key Export Market for U.S. Natural Gas Producers

Despite Uncertainty, Mexico Said to Remain Key Export Market for U.S. Natural Gas Producers

Even given the many unknowns related to the market impact of the coronavirus pandemic on both sides of the border, Mexico will remain a key destination for U.S. natural gas producers for years to come, according to analysts.

June 3, 2020
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