Boom in LNG projects along Gulf Coast could become bust

Energy research firm Wood Mackenzie says companies are building, or have proposed, so many liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals along the U.S. Gulf Coast that all cannot be successful, according to Wood Mackenzie estimates that at full build-out, LNG capacity along the Gulf Coast could quadruple current production. FuelFix reports that companies are now building four LNG export terminals along the Gulf, three other projects have already received federal authorizations to start construction, and another 11 have submitted applications for federal review. For more, read the full story.