Houston Chronicle| Collin Eaton
The EIA anticipates a continued growth in U.S. natural gas exports into 2019.
The energy industry’s capacity to export U.S. liquefied natural gas is set to increase nearly sevenfold over the next three years as companies bring gas super-cooling facilities into production, the Energy Information Administration said Wednesday. The United States has exported more gas than it imported over the past few months, a trend the EIA expects to continue for the rest of this year and next year. The advent of shale gas has raised the nation’s production by a third since 2008.
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