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Developing US LNG exports market finds savings in new routes

With Chris Pedersen

August 30, 2016 10:50:16 EST (4:03)

This year has been monumental for US LNG, as exports of commercial cargoes started leaving the continental US and heading for destinations in Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. In the first-ever LNG Watch from the US, Chris Pedersen evaluates how the newly expanded Panama Canal is affecting LNG shipping times and costs, as well as how the Gulf Coast Marker is tracking activity as participants believe a possible spot market could develop.

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