April 2020, Vol. 247, No. 4


LNG: Global and Domestic Challenges in 2020

By Danielle Wong Moores, Energy Writer  Cheniere’s Sabine Pass project. (Image: Cheniere) “There’s more gas than we possibly know what to do with.” That’s according to Charlie Riedl, executive director of the Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG), speaking about U.S. LNG during an industry meeting in New Orleans last year. And in return, the world is clamoring for U.S. LNG. On Jan. 26, U.S. liquefied natural gas celebrated a milestone as Cheniere Energy’s 1,000th cargo quietly sailed on the Norwegian tanker Hoegh Galleon from the Corpus Christi export terminal on the La Quinta Channel in Texas.  Four years ago, Cheniere’s Sabine P

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