Competition from coal still a factor in Asia Calcasieu Pass start-up could come by fall US liquefaction project developers’ success in advancing new projects hinges in part on their ability to keep costs low enough to compete with coal globally, Venture Global LNG CEO Michael Sabel said May 19. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Even as the energy transition takes aim at fossil fuels, coal remains a major fuel in power production in emerging markets in Asia. During the second day of the US Chamber of Commerce’s Global Forum on Economic Recovery, Sabel said that natural gas can maintain its share of a diversifying energy mix as long as the industry is able to build sufficient infrastructure. “The demand for global energy is going to continue to grow and accelerate and, in particular, in Asia,” Sabel said. “If we don’t support […]