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Could 2023 Bring a New Wave of US LNG Project Sanctions?

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Final investment decisions (FIDs) for new US LNG projects could come quick and plentiful in 2023 as continued high LNG pricing is laying the ground for a favorable financing environment. The progress of greenfield projects in the US, which are generally more expensive to execute than planned expansions at existing plants, could hint at a potential robust liquefaction development next year. Not everything is rosy, however, as hesitation from investors to bankroll inexperienced developers and doubts over the long-term appeal of fossil fuels could slow things down.

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LNG Projects, LNG Supply, LNG Demand, Policy and Regulation, Ukraine Crisis
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