Glut of U.S. natural gas drives exports

As the United States produces more natural gas, imports are decreasing and exports are increasing. Although liguid natural gas (LNG) is a small part of exports, some energy companies are looking to export to more lucrative overseas markets. Prices for LNG exports are three times the Henry Hub benchmark price of U.S. natural gas. Read related article.

A look at natural gas imports and exports in the U.S. and prices.
Source: Energy Information Administration. The Washington Post. Published on December 7, 2012, 12:38 p.m.
 
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