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The spectacular rise of LNG in America


Since the beginning of the year, the American LNG boom has been financed by the arrival of long-term Chinese buyers.

"We are producing as much LNG as we can for you Europeans, because God knows you need it badly in these difficult times!"

At the entrance to Port Arthur, Texas, retired Barney, well aware of gas problems, is fishing between two gas liquefaction plants.

In front of it stands the huge site of Chesnière, a pioneer in this industry allowing the export, by boat, of gas (often shale) produced in the United States.

Behind the retiree, dozens of cranes are busy building the new Exxon and Qatar Energy liquefaction plant.

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A hundred kilometers to the east, in Louisiana, Venture LNG inaugurated a new plant at the mouth of the Calcasieu River at the beginning of the year.

Thirty kilometers to the north, TotalEnergies and its partners are set to launch the expansion of their Cameron LNG site in 2023. Next door, LNG magnate Charif Souki is about to build a giant new plant.

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Source: lefigaro

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