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To: Jerome who wrote (42)4/19/2018 3:18:16 PM
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Hi Jerome,

The biggest LNG ships are so efficient they will make the smaller ships obsolete.

One or two caveats to that.
1) the big ships require a deeper harbor in which to load and unload.
2) don't think they can fit in Panama Canal

So far there are two LNG export ports actually in operation :
Chenierre in La.

Dominion in East Coast located on the Hudson River.

Several others in building stage on East Coast (From Marcelles shale) and Houston ship Channel from Permian and Eagle Ford shale deposits in TX.

Quite a large export business from Texas to Mexico as well.
Good business with long term run just beginning. (australia bound)