EIA sees sharp rise in gas exports
Increasing production and lower prices are expected to drive LNG exports to 3.5 tcf by 2030 with help from Alaska project
For Petroleum News
The federal government expects natural gas exports to rise in the coming decades.
Liquefied natural gas exports could reach 3.5 trillion cubic feet by 2030 with the help of an Alaska natural gas project, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
The estimate comes from the reference c....
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