The U.S. LNG pause curbs its export overbuild without compromising Europe’s energy security

The pause has a minimal impact on near-term U.S. LNG exports and would not compromise energy security in Europe, which is already receiving sufficient LNG from the U.S. Only 14% of potential capacity additions over the next three years are affected by the pause. Meanwhile, U.S. LNG export capacity is poised to increase by more than half over the same time period, and Europeʼs gas demand is forecast to decline. Source: Global Energy Monitor (GEM)

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