What effect has U.S. LNG exports already had on world markets? Joseph Markman looks at the way U.S. exports have opened up countries such as Poland to diversifying their suppliers, getting away from exclusively relying on Russia's Gazprom. Can a country like Poland use US imports as a catalyst for being a a regional distributor for the Baltic States? The market is rapidly developing around the globe, particularly as many countries move away from coal and turn to natural gas. 

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