The U.S. recently jumped into the top spot as the world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas, overtaking Qatar and Australia.
Across the globe, consumers are scrambling to maintain access to energy.
A perfect storm of supply and demand issues have sent LNG prices soaring.
Japan plans to halve its LNG consumption – disrupting the plans of LNG exporters worldwide.
A new study has found that methane emissions from natural gas drilling in British Columbia are roughly twice as high as previously thought,.
The brutal cold snap in Texas overwhelmed the state's ill-prepared electricity grid, severely impacting energy production.
LNG prices in northeast Asia are up more than 80 percent in just two weeks, capping off a wild bust-to-boom swing in a little over six months.
Despite the latest sanctions on Nord Stream 2, Russia has vowed to complete the project.
Oil prices are on the mend, but the global LNG market continues to wallow in oversupply.
Collapsing Chinese demand, and the resulting crash in LNG prices, could disrupt gas exports from the United States.