ConocoPhillips Dips Back Into US LNG

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  • ConocoPhillips has struck its second major LNG deal in a month, potentially securing an equity stake and offtake on its home US market.
  • The nonbinding agreement with Sempra could be a sign of things to come in US LNG as operators look for different ways to monetize their gas assets.
  • Projects are also getting an uplift with increased interest in US LNG and may be able to navigate the current market without the aid of consolidation.

The Issue

Liquefaction, Corporate Strategy , Independent E&Ps, LNG Demand, LNG Projects
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