New England and Natural Gas Utilization Problems

Sep 15th, 2014 | By | Category: Energy

The greatest risk with regard to US LNG exports is that investors spend billions of dollars on liquefaction infrastructure only to find themselves without markets. Long-term contracts are usually a prerequisite for building these projects, which is meant to limit that risk, but global supply/demand and price vagaries will always exist.

“If you’re in this industry long enough you see these cycles. The energy business has gone from boom to bust many times.”

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