Chesapeake monitoring LNG projects in mid-Atlantic US LNG exports forecast at 22 Bcf/d by 2027 US natural gas producers are keeping a close watch over efforts to launch new LNG terminals on the US Atlantic Coast, as LNG developers in the region attempt to hurdle potential community resistance and unique commercial considerations to get projects off the ground. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now “There are a couple of companies that are trying to get [LNG] plants operational in Maryland as well as on the Delaware River, and I would love to be involved in those conversations,” Dan Lopata, vice president of Marcellus for Chesapeake Energy, told the Hart Energy America’s Natural Gas Conference in Houston Sept. 27. “Chesapeake’s ready and willing to have those conversations, but there are some hurdles to get clear on the infrastructure side before we can be […]