US LNG Players Pin Hopes on Haynesville

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  • BP and Chevron are among the major players who already have positions in the Haynesville and could be joined by other big names seeking more exposure to US LNG exports.
  • While majors have the flexibility to keep spending and remain mindful of the strategic nature of the play, a plunge in US gas prices is leading others to lay down rigs.
  • US E&Ps also find themselves with stronger balance sheets than in the past, however, and are able to hold out for sweeter terms when it comes to M&A deals.

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Shale, M&A, LNG Projects, LNG Supply, Gas Supply
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