DUG Midcontinent 2022: Nat Gas Outlook: Keeping Up With Growing Demand

Within just a few years of the first Gulf Coast LNG export plant, the U.S. has become a global swing producer of gas for both Asia and Europe. Here’s a look at new expectations going forward.

Hart Energy Staff
Bethel King Dug Midcontinent

Within just a few years of the first Gulf Coast LNG export plant, the U.S. has become a global swing producer of gas for both Asia and Europe. Here’s a look at new expectations going forward.

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