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  • The frosty relationship between would-be US LNG exporters and European LNG buyers has begun to thaw. With the global market upended by geopolitics, American terminal developers have signed a string of 15- and 20-year supply deals with end-users across the Atlantic, whose reticence to engage in such commitments is evolving into eagerness. If the trend continues, it should create a 2023 boon for US LNG project developers.  
MARK DAVIDSON is the Editor of Natural Gas Week and the Washington Bureau Chief for Energy Intelligence. Mark directs day-to-day coverage of all aspects of the domestic gas industry as well as federal energy policy in Washington.

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