U.S. Exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) have been at the forefront of discussions about North America’s evolving energy revolution. U.S. LNG export projects are expected to come online throughout North America by the end of the decade, and the company at the front of the pack is Cheniere Energy (ticker: LNG).
Joining Oil & Gas 360® to talk about global LNG markets is Anatol Feygin, Senior Vice President of Strategy & Corporate Development for Cheniere. Mr. Feygin worked for Loews Corporation as their Vice President, Energy Strategist and Senior Portfolio Manager developing forecasts for the company’s three energy platforms (upstream, midstream and services), identifying risks and making capital allocation decisions, before taking his current position at Cheniere. He also served Bank of America as Head of Global Commodity Strategy and Senior Analyst covering natural gas pipelines and distributors, and he covered natural gas pipelines, distributors and electric utilities as a senior analyst for J.P. Morgan.
For this edition of Oil & Gas 360’s® Top Minds in the Business we asked Mr. Feygin the following about LNG:
- What is the biggest driver of price for LNG—what are the ingredients in the pricing equation?
- What do LNG buyers look for from an exporter?
- Looking forward 10 years from now, how much demand do you expect to see in Europe? Asia? Where does the U.S. LNG export volume fit in the global pie chart?
- How is this low price environment affecting the LNG business?
- How do you expect U.S. energy export laws to change over the next five to ten years?
- What excites you the most about the future of LNG?
- What is next for the U.S. energy industry – what’s coming after the shale boom?
For an in-depth insight into the LNG market, listen to today’s interview*.
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