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Watch: Can US LNG exporters count on Europe?

As US LNG export capacity continues to grow and the demand outlook remains weak, utilization rates at US export terminals could become squeezed if the now top-ranking European buyers of US LNG fail to maintain the current import growth levels required to keep up with the new supply.

Who are these importers and what are the growth prospects?

Madeline Jowdy of S&P Global Platts Analytics takes a look at the forces shaping the market.