Highlights FERC commissioner says market will decide terminals’ fate Project leaders express concern about delays, possibly scrapping some plans Barcelona — A member of the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission acknowledged Tuesday the possibility that some proposed domestic LNG export projects may not get built if their access to the Chinese market is reduced or cut off due to retaliation that Beijing has promised to Washington’s latest tariff action. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now During an interview with S&P Global Platts on the sidelines of Gastech in Spain, FERC Commissioner Neil Chatterjee said that in direct conversations he has had with some of the project leaders in attendance at the conference most expressed confidence that Japan, India and other importing countries remained eager to support further US LNG development. Related video: China’s LNG imports set to surge this winter with or without […]