Existing US liquefied natural gas export facilities are expected to benefit from steady demand growth and market tightness over the next few years, whereas latecomers to the space will likely struggle to secure contracts due to climate concerns and rising competition from suppliers like Qatar. Cheniere Energy, the top US LNG exporter, on Tuesday reported a 14% revenue jump in the first quarter compared to a year earlier and announced that it delivered its first carbon-neutral LNG shipment to Europe.
Market conditions look favorable for US LNG exporters
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