The expansion of existing export terminals and the development of new facilities has been touted as the answer to easing the glut and restoring a sense of price stability to the U.S. market. That was the general feeling among industry observers until the deadly coronavirus erupted in China and spread quickly, sending tremors rippling throughout the business world, particularly the transportation sector and the producers of fuel products.

These days one can rarely read the business pages without some reference to oil and gas export terminals. Here are some recent announcements from developers including Cheniere Energy, NextDecade and Tellurian.

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