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Apr 2019
  • LNG
  • Natural Gas

New LNG plants could surpass nameplate capacities, adding to supply in coming years

LNG facilities currently under construction are able to achieve output above their nameplate capacity specification. Should this additional capacity materialize on a reliable, long-term basis, it could relieve some anticipated tightness in the LNG market

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  • Blog
Jan 2019
  • LNG
  • Natural Gas

Less volatile gas prices give newest US LNG plant smoother start-up

US LNG export projects, whether brownfield or greenfield, are multi-year, billion dollar projects. While construction timelines dictate their commissioning schedule, there can be inconvenient and convenient times in the unpredictable natural gas market to...

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  • Blog
Dec 2018
  • Natural Gas

Insight: Extreme volatility returns to NYMEX natural gas futures

With volatility making a return to the previously calm US natural gas futures market, it’s important to remember that price swings happen in both directions, as individual fundamentals wax and wane in terms of their influence

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