U.S. energy firms are rushing to secure approval for liquefied natural gas exports, but the country's technological advantage in the exploration and production of unconventional gas may not last long, said Cheryl LaFleur, a member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Her remarks came a week after the commission cleared Cheniere Energy's proposal to construct a liquefied natural gas export facility in Louisiana. LaFleur said that her "experience is that these technological cycles seem to be shorter and shorter as we move forward."

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