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Jones Act Waiver Could Cut Pressure On New England Gas Markets

The Trump administration may grant a waiver from Jones Act shipping rules for liquefied natural gas tankers. By restricting intra-U.S. LNG shipments to U.S.-owned the Act may be leading to worse-than-necessary bottlenecks in winter gas supplies to the U.S. Northeast. While the U.S. has become ... Read more →


Marathon Faces Race for Replacement Oil if Hormuz Straits Close

The Iranian National Guard has threatened to close the Straits of Hormuz in response to the U.S. removal of waivers for exports for Iranian crude oil. The U.S. military has indicated that it may respond, raising risks for hydrocarbon trade running through the Straits. U.S. exporters of LNG inc... Read more →


Kinder Morgan To Boost Flow As Mexican Gas Demand Blows Up

Kinder Morgan has received approval to enhance its natural gas export facilities for trade with Mexico, with initial flows set for 2020. While the Mexican government has been seeking to reduce its energy import dependence there has been a marked surge in demand for natural gas. Imports by pipe... Read more →


Lots Said at U.S.-China Talks, But Delivery Easier Said Than Done

The first round of trade talks between the U.S. and China ahead of a Mar. 1 deadline appear to have covered both the economic policy and trade deficit issues required by the U.S. The terse statements from each side – 180 words from the U.S., 74 from China – would suggest final agreements are s... Read more →


China Deal Could Help U.S. LNG Exporters Achieve Their Potential

U.S. LNG export capacity is expected to increase by 36.1% by the end of 2018 and by a further 2.5x by the end of 2019 according to EIA calculations. Exports from existing facilities climbed 40.3% on a year earlier in the three months to Oct. 31 as a result of the opening of Dominion EnergyR... Read more →

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