The next wave of North American liquefied natural gas export projects will be built with flexibility in mind, as market uncertainty prompts new buyers, particularly those in emerging countries, to seek contracts for shorter periods and lower volumes. This is leading to a surge in small to mid-scale LNG export facilities with modular trains, which are supposedly less expensive to build and easier to expand if demand goes up.
Future LNG terminal developers to focus on flexibility
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