Not all U.S. natural gas exports leave as liquids. The nation’s next-door neighbors offer expanding, but challenging, markets via the North American gas transmission grid.
The U.S. is primed for what many have called “energy independence,” but at what cost?
Petroleum product exports were a big business before the crude export ban went away and trends indicate sales abroad will continue to grow.
Several companies in the sector play crucial roles as the midstream grows to handle greater sales abroad.
The sector is heeding producer pleas with a flurry of projects but bottlenecks will persist until late 2019.
A supply gap of up to 200 million tonnes per year in 2030 is the prize for U.S. liquefaction projects as gas exports take center stage.