In this list
LNG | Natural Gas

Pessimism spreads in US LNG sector as coronavirus exacerbates market woes

Commodities | Oil | Natural Gas

War in Ukraine

Energy | Natural Gas | Natural Gas (North American) | Oil | Crude Oil

Platts Upstream Indicator

Energy | Oil | Energy Transition

APPEC 2023

Energy | Natural Gas | LNG | Shale Gas

Acadian pipeline system expansion adds 400 MMcf/d in Haynesville takeaway capacity

Energy | Electric Power | Shipping | Natural Gas | Oil | LNG | Nuclear | Tankers | Crude Oil

Commodity Tracker: 5 charts to watch this week

For full access to real-time updates, breaking news, analysis, pricing and data visualization subscribe today.

Subscribe Now

Listen: Pessimism spreads in US LNG sector as coronavirus exacerbates market woes

  • Featuring
  • Harry Weber
  • Commodity
  • LNG Natural Gas
  • Length
  • 11:23
  • Topic
  • Coronavirus and Commodities LNG Commoditization

US LNG developers face challenges advancing any new export projects this year amid the escalating coronavirus outbreak, which has exacerbated the drop in global demand that has already led to record-low prices in Asia.

Decision makers are lamenting that for the foreseeable future China’s door appears to be shut to US LNG, and that has put the sector in hunker-down mode as participants try to ride out the turmoil.

S&P Global Platts senior natural gas writer Harry Weber and senior digital editor Jason Lindquist discuss the challenges ahead.

Related Podcasts

Part 1: Volatility in global markets creates havoc for upstream US oil, gas and LNG

Part 2: Plunging oil prices, pandemic having dramatic downstream impact