Geopolitical risk, inflation and banks’ focus on environmental criteria are creating headwinds to developing more natural gas liquefaction capacity at LNG terminals in the US, although commercial support for new gas export terminals remains robust. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Terminal developers Cheniere and Venture Global have this year authorized final investment decisions behind separate projects that will bring more than 23 million mt/yr in additional liquefaction capacity to the Gulf by 2025. ExxonMobil and Qatar Energy already signed FIDs on the Golden Pass LNG project under development in Texas in 2019, and a plethora of other projects are in varying stages of construction, planning or permitting along the coast of Texas and Louisiana. But some of these projects may face roadblocks in obtaining capital in the short-term amid an uncertain long-term lending environment, according to US ship brokerage Poten […]