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Listen: A look at North American LNG with Tellurian's Charif Souki

Today we are examining the outlook for new North American liquefaction projects to be sanctioned in 2021 amid a virtual standstill in 2020.

The recent runup in the Platts JKM has buoyed developers, but challenges remain.

S&P Global Platts natural gas writer Harry Weber spoke with Charif Souki, co-founder and executive chairman of Tellurian, which is proposing to build an export facility in Louisiana. Souki also co-founded Cheniere Energy, the biggest LNG exporter in the US.