US LNG Developers Seek to Boost Fees to Reach FIDs

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US LNG developers are understood to be seeking to tweak existing contracts to ensure LNG projects meet steeper lending and investor requirements in the race to reach final investment decisions. Among the terms offered are higher fixed liquefaction fees to ensure the bankability of the projects, a request which has not gone down well with buyers. This presents a stumbling block to what is widely expected to be a strong year for US project sanctions following delays in 2022.

LNG Projects, LNG Prices, LNG Contracts, Liquefaction
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