U.S. companies will be at the forefront in making final investment decisions this year for LNG plants that will begin commercial production in the mid-2020s.
Scott Weeden, Contributor
Train 1 Cameron LNG Phase 1, a three-train LNG-export project under construction in Hackberry, La., has reached its final commissioning stage and began receiving feed gas. LNG production is expected for later this quarter. (Source: Sempra Energy)
Flexibility and innovation are the names of the games for the worldwide LNG industry. The industry requires flexibility in its business models in highly competitive LNG markets. Innovation is needed to accelerate industry growth to meet an expected shortfall of 150 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) by 2035.