Viewpoint: Storm Chasers

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Tropical Storm Alex has become the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season that kicked off last week. The six-month season is expected to be lively. Given the growing appetite for US LNG, storm trackers will have to remain on high alert. Liquefaction plants lie in hurricane-prone areas on the US Gulf and East Coasts, and any disruptions could create global tidal waves, injecting further volatility into markets already jittery over cuts in Russian supply to Europe.

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