Familiar challenges remain, but growing export markets buoy the midstream.
Over the past couple of months, Singaporean gas importer Pavilion Energy canceled the loading of a U.S. LNG cargo and some Chinese companies were offering to resell cargoes.
Liza will be the first Guyanese crude grade produced and offered to the oil market.
EPIC Midstream loaded its first oil tanker at its new Texas export terminal and plans to open another dock in the third quarter of 2020, benefiting from rising demand for low-sulfur U.S. crude.
SPOT facility offshore Brazoria County Texas, will be able to handle VLCCs.
Cheniere, the biggest U.S. LNG exporter, said in a filing earlier this week that its proposed process would prioritize work on one tank, known as S-101, and allow that tank to return to service in the near term.