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Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Will Supply the World with Natural Gas Well into the Future
Although the world continues to transition to a future of low fossil fuels and low carbon energy, it appears that LNG will be a part of the energy mix for many years. Continued efforts to decarbonize LNG as much as possible will be important for LNG to be a beneficial part of the energy transition.
Has Natural Gas in North America Become a Global Business?
Can a rosy picture with ongoing growth in global demand for U.S. gas coupled with limited price impacts on U.S. consumers continue?
Where Does LNG Come from and Where Does It Go?
Use of LNG around the world is growing rapidly and such growth is expected to continue. It is important for anyone in the energy industry to understand what LNG is and how it works.
LNG Is Booming and Natural Gas Consumers Are Seeing the Effect
The U.S. is poised to have the largest LNG export capacity in the world. So, how did this happen and what can we expect in the U.S. from growing exports?
Is Tacoma, Washington, LNG the Future of Shipping or an Impediment to Greener Solutions?
The new Port of Tacoma LNG facility is a possible template for future ports that serve LNG-powered ships. But opponents of the facility argue that the industry should wait for a zero-emission alternative.
Understanding Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Units
As use of natural gas around the world is likely to continue to grow given available volumes of low-cost liquefied natural gas (LNG), industry insiders should know LNG units to understand the global supply/demand picture.
The Role of Small-scale LNG in Gas Markets
Small-scale liquefied natural gas or SSLNG is ideal for maritime and long-haul trucking industries as well as for power generation in parts of the world that lack traditional gas infrastructure. So what challenges and opportunities are ahead for SSLNG in the natural gas industry?
Will the U.S. Become One of the World’s Largest LNG Suppliers?
Within the next two years, the U.S. may well become one of the world’s largest players in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) business. This will be a radical change for U.S. gas producers as just a few years ago LNG export capability was limited to one small facility in Alaska.