January 2018, Vol. 245, No. 1

Features

Gulf Coast Likely Natural Gas Export Hub for Years to Come

The U.S. Gulf Coast is expected to be a crude oil, natural gas and LNG export hub for years to come even as supply, demand and geopolitical swings shift market dynamics, industry consultants said at a recent conference. At the heart of the forecast is the fact that U.S, supplies are abundant and cheap, and billions of dollars of new infrastructure is being added to link those resources to overseas destinations, particularly in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and South America. Mexico, too, has been heavily reliant on U.S. LNG and pipeline gas from the Gulf Coast. During the USAEE/IAEE North American Ride the Energy Cycles Conference held in Houston last month, government officials, analysts

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