Craving Flexibility, Global Majors Lining Up for US LNG

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TotalEnergies’ new offtake and ownership deal with US LNG developer NextDecade — followed by Equinor’s latest sales and purchase agreement (SPA) with Cheniere — show just how much oil and gas majors are banking on US LNG projects to offer flexible, destination-free supplies to a competitive global market.

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