An America first future for LNG exports

An America first future for LNG exports

The United States is set to take-on a stronger position in the global LNG export market. ICF projects that LNG supply will increase to an oversupply scenario leading to depressed prices and an increase in short–term trade. Additionally, U.S. export terminals will drive the global LNG price over the next few years. With increasing interest in US supplies from overseas markets, the U.S. LNG export industry is ripe with opportunities.

Read on to see the impact of US LNG on global markets and where ICF is projecting these opportunities to lead the LNG market.

Meet the author
  1. Harry Vidas, Vice President, Energy Markets

    Harry is a recognized authority on energy markets and forecasting. He leads a team of geologists, engineers, and economists to analyze North American and world natural gas and oil supply, transportation, and end use. View bio

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