LNG Exports to the EU Are All About Their Freedom and Our Economy

More LNG exports to the EU are coming and they will help ensure the future freedom of Europeans while continuing the revitalization of our rural America.

Bloomberg News put out a wonderful story yesterday over its news service about what’s happening in the world of LNG exports. BusinessMirror carried it. It’s a must-read if you want to know what’s going to help continue the rural economic revitalization we’ve seen in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and elsewhere. The shale revolution has delivered huge economic benefits to places such as Susquehanna County. The prospects for more such revitalization just got a boost with news the Trump Administration and the EU have made some trade agreements that will ensure more LNG exports from us to them.

Here are a few excerpts from this great news story (emphasis added):

Europe will build more terminals to import US liquefied natural gas (LNG), the head of the European Commission (EC) told US President Donald J. Trump during a meeting aimed at averting a transatlantic trade war…
LNG imports from Europe are poised to rise almost 20 percent by 2040 from 2016 levels, according to International Energy Agency (IEA). While Russia has long been the region’s top supplier, it’s now facing significant challenges from both the US and Qatar, rivals with vast natural gas reserves…

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http://naturalgasnow.org/lng-exports-eu-freedom-economy/

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