Not sure, but at least a bipartisan group in the US Senate supports increasing LNG exports.I find that story somewhat odd as once the ship leaves territorial waters it would become part of the fungible global supply of LNG? If a cargo is destination limited wouldn't that reduce the chance of it getting the best price? In truth it really doesn't matter where it goes as a cargo that can't go one place will be replaced by a cargo from elsewhere that can? Increasing the amount of LNG "on the ocean" should reduce the price for all the buyers including the preferred (NATO, FTA and Japan) buyers.I just had a long chat with RK, her and the ambassador have a massive number of "hill calls" coming up in the next few weeks. Any <On this day in 1942, the North American auto makers switched from civilian to war production. Obviously nobody bothered to inform a certain car company that the war is over. What other reason can there have been for the production of the Hummer and the Escalade> mouse
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