• Qatar could throw a wrench in America's ambitious LNG plans

    1 month ago - By RT

    US domestic demand for natural gas has been falling for a year now, according to EIA data. The authority expects demand will continue down this year as well because of cheap renewables and coal.
    And yet, production is on the rise-a combination that makes US gas producers increasingly dependent on export markets. Reuters' John Kemp wrote in a recent column that while US natural gas production grew at some 4.3% between 2015 and 2020, domestic consumption of the commodity only increased at half that rate. Exports-via pipelines and as LNG-were what absorbed the excess. In a best-case scenario...
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