US Is Net Natural Gas Exporter for 1st Time in 6 Decades Thanks to New Infrastructure

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    With so much, I firmly believe we should be doing more to convert vehicles to use it. It's cleaner, cheaper, and requires less maintenance.

    The impressive growth last year was likely just the beginning. The Cove Point LNG terminal’s exports are not reflected in the 2017 growth, as its first cargo went out in 2018. Four additional LNG export terminals are scheduled to come into service in the coming years, and they will increase total export capacity to 9.6 billion cubic feet per day by the end of 2019. By that time, U.S. LNG export capacity will be more than six times higher than it was in latter half of 2016.

    Yes, and a lot of infrastructure improvements occurred during the Obama administration. Full story @https://www.cnsnews.com/commentary/charles-hughes/us-net-natural-gas-exporter-1st-time-6-decades-thanks-new-infrastructure
     

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