How This Company Is Solving This LNG Problem

How This Company Is Solving This LNG Problem

by | published July 27th, 2019

On Monday, I discussed my intention to analyze the forecast that U.S. natural gas usage is about to surge, and that we could be seeing some interesting things in the market to come.

As I said then, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts that natural gas consumption by the electricity sector is set to increase by 1.1 billion cubic feet per day. This is due to “favorable natural gas prices and coal-to-gas switching.”

Well, the natural gas market certainly does not disappoint.

In particular, the U.S. natural gas market does not disappoint.

American LNG is the global leader of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, in both consumption and production.

And when it comes to exporting LNG, the U.S. is expected to come in at exporting over 100 billion cubic meters (bcm) by 2024, and is forecast to be producing over 1 trillion bcm by then as well.

That would make us the world leader, producing and exporting more than current leaders Qatar and Australia.

In the same period that America will be ramping up its LNG exports, China will be ramping up its imports.

By 2024, it’s expected that China will be the largest LNG importer in the world – to be more specific, they are expected to import over 100 bcm. That will displace Japan as the largest importer.

In other words, China will be driving global consumption of LNG.

All this bodes extremely well for the U.S. LNG, and the LNG market as a whole…

You Could Rise Along With This Company

Now, with all the increases in production and exports we’re gearing up to see from the U.S. LNG market, there is one situation that is impossible to ignore.

The fact that our current infrastructure is simply not able to keep up.

Our pipelines and export terminals are not enough to handle the sheer amount of natural gas that drillers are pulling out of the ground.

That needs to change – and quickly.

Companies are on the move to get this problem sorted out as quickly as possible. Right now, there are more than 110 LNG facilities operating in the U.S., and dozens more that have been approved to begin construction in the next few years.

Between 2021 and 2023, we’re expecting to be seeing an explosion of new pipeline projects al linked to LNG exports.

These new projects – particularly the export terminals – are absolutely vital to the continuance of a successful LNG industry in the U.S.

Together, these new export terminals are expected to produce over 150 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of LNG, compared to the current export capacity of about 39 MTPA.

One of these export terminal projects is projected to be able to produce nearly 28 million MTPA of LNG – enough to fuel about 5 million homes in a day. What makes this project different is that it will encompass everything, from production to pipelines to liquefaction to exporting.

Operations are expected to begin in 2023, just in time for the increase in exports from the U.S.

The company providing this remarkable project is equally remarkable.

Year-over-year, this company has seen a staggering 442.9% growth. And the further into construction the new plant goes, the higher I expect to see this company rise.

If you’d like to learn more about this company – and how you can benefit from its rise – just click here now.



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