Is it time for a third U.S. LNG export boom?

Right now market conditions are creating an ideal negotiating position for potential U.S. liquefied natural gas export terminals, which chill and liquefy home-sourced natural gas to be shipped abroad. Natural-gas prices in Europe and Asia are still high, while a mild start to the winter has helped bring U.S. prices down. Benchmark European prices are about 10 times as expensive as in the U.S.

Source: WSJ

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