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EIA Predicts Increased U.S. LNG Imports

Despite supply constraints spurred by multiple liquefaction project delays and an increasing worldwide demand for LNG that may limit supply in the short-term, the United States is expected to import 3.9 Tcf more LNG in 2030 than it did in 2005, according
December 5, 2006

Despite supply constraints spurred by multiple liquefaction project delays and an increasing worldwide demand for LNG that may limit supply in the short-term, the United States is expected to import 3.9 Tcf more LNG in 2030 than it did in 2005, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Annual Energy Outlook. The projected increase in U.S. shipments is in response to growing domestic demand for natural gas and a decrease in supply imported from Canada. Platts LNG Daily provides additional coverage. [Subscription required]

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