REUTERS/Timothy Gardner - The pier at Dominion's Cove Point liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay is seen in this picture taken February 5, 2014.
Increased natural gas production in the United States has fueled a lively debate on the future of natural gas exports. As more supplies come into the market in the coming years, the market is expected to become oversupplied. Tim Boersma, Charles Ebinger, and Heather Greenley write that in this context, it will be increasingly unlikely that new liquefaction projects will be financed, beyond the ones that have been contracted and reached a final investment decision. Read More ›