Suppliers: Infrastructure Delays Threaten US LNG Export Growth

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The US will not be able to meet growing global LNG demand if US pipeline projects and LNG export facilities face continued delays, the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) warned Wednesday.

Policy and Regulation, LNG Supply, LNG Demand, Gas Pipelines, LNG Contracts
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