The future of US LNG exports – video

The US is looking to become the third largest LNG exporter by 2019, and more than a dozen projects are fighting for a way to fit into a growing global market. But buyers don’t feel pressure to sign long-term deals, which can be difficult for financing construction. Maya Weber, Associate Editor at S&P Global Platts, and Rachel Adams-Heard, Natural Gas Reporter with S&P Global Market Intelligence, have a conversation about the future of US LNG exports: Where is the demand, which projects will make it to completion and how will policy potentially affect the outcome?