Interview with Cheniere: Sabine Pass set to be one of the largest facilities in history

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Andrew Walker, Vice President LNG Strategy, Cheniere Marketing
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LNG is growing seven times faster than pipeline gas and as such, by 2035, it will account for around half of globally traded gas. It has been predicted that the US will be responsible for 40% of the world’s extra gas production by 2022 (IEA) as well as being on course to challenging Qatar and Australia for global leadership among LNG exporters.

Cheniere is developing, constructing and operating the liquefaction plant at the Sabine Pass LNG terminal, capitalising on the abundance of natural gas in the United States. With four trains already completed, the terminal is set to continue to grow.

Gastech Insights spoke to Cheniere’s Vice President LNG Strategy and Gastech Governing Body Member, Andrew Walker, to hear the latest project updates and how US LNG will continue to evolve the global gas industry. Watch the full interview above to hear his expert answers.

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