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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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