Producers bank on new access to overseas markets Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Port proposals far exceed US output projections US LNG developers face questions of overbuilding The US energy sector is piecing together an infrastructure puzzle to connect booming onshore oil and natural gas production with export markets around the world. The pipeline buildout from the Permian and Williston basins is well underway, and the next missing piece is at the water’s edge, mostly in Texas and Louisiana. By early 2020, US Gulf Coast crude export capacity could approach 8.5 million b/d, and US LNG export capacity stands to climb above 7 Bcf/d, according to an S&P Global analysis. A raft of other proposed LNG terminals could add roughly five times that capacity in the unlikely scenario that they all get built by the middle of the decade, with […]