Gas price decline could boost LNG exports

Although natural gas prices took a beating in the post-Labor Day market—dropping 4.31% to $3.89 per million Btu—recent lower prices in the space could present a real opportunity for the industry, analysts say.

Deon Daugherty, Associate Editor

Concept art shows the layout of Cheniere Energy Inc.’s liquefaction facility in Corpus Christi, Texas. Source: Cheniere Energy Inc.

Although natural gas prices took a beating in the post-Labor Day market—dropping 4.31% to $3.89 per million Btu—recent lower prices in the space could present a real opportunity for the industry, analysts say.

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