We Are Selling LNG and Coal All Around the World Like Never Before

Folks I decided this evening to do some research on just what our President is accomplishing in the Energy Sector since SD has talked the last two days about our country’s GDP. I was so pleasantly surprised to see that even our VP is going around the globe 🌎 getting countries to buy our LNG. What I found is amazing. However, what I realized is that this revolution is truly in the beginning phases because we only have one company that has the ability at this point to finalize the LNG process and get it on ships 🚢 to get delivered throughout the world. The exciting part is that more and more areas will be able to do the same in the next few years (see the expansion below).

https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/coal-makes-a-comeback-1502926053

From the article linked above:

Growing pipeline networks have boosted gas exports to Mexico and are providing new domestic outlets for gas trapped in the Marcellus and Utica Shales. Pipeline export capacity to Mexico is expected to nearly double by 2019. Several interstate pipelines are under review to deliver gas to the Midwest, eastern Canada and Gulf Coast for export. Liquefied natural gas exports have increased six-fold in the last year, and five new terminal projects are expected to be completed within three years. While coal and natural gas compete as electric power fuels, they can both prosper if energy markets expand.

Ukraine 🇺🇦 and our Coal:

https://www.rt.com/business/398197-ukraine-us-coal-agreement/

From the article linked above:

Ukrainian state-owned energy firm Centrenergo has signed a contract with America’s Xcoal Energy & Resources to supply 700,000 tons of coal to Ukraine this year.

“This contract was signed in fulfillment of the agreements between the presidents of Ukraine and the United States reached during our president’s visit to America in June,” said Centrenergo head Oleg Kozenko.

The US company will deliver 700,000 tons of coal, sending a ship or two each month till the end of the year. Kozenko added that thanks to American coal, Kiev hopes to get through the heating season of 2017-2018 without a problem.

Poland 🇵🇱 and our LNG (this has the potential to expand massively {include 10 additional Eastern European countries} for political reasons):

https://sputniknews.com/business/201708111056388555-poland-lng-discounts-nonsense/

From the article linked above:

“Poland suddenly declared Russian gas — which it has purchased for decades — to be of poor quality. This is difficult to understand because Germany is happy with everything, but the Poles suddenly don’t like the gas for some reasons. But the pipeline gas will always be the cheapest,” the expert said.

At the same time, Polish President Andrzej Duda declared that the country could become a hub through which American LNG would enter Central and Eastern Europe. According to him, this issue was raised at the talks with US President Donald Trump in early July.

South Korea 🇰🇷 and our LNG:

https://www.upi.com/US-now-supplying-LNG-to-South-Korea/4421498470782/

From the article linked above:

Korea Gas Corp. and Cheniere Energy commenced a 20-year sales agreement to ship U.S. gas during the weekend.

June 26 (UPI) — A gas company from Korea, one of the largest buyers of liquefied natural gas in the world, said it commenced a sales agreement with a U.S. supplier.

The Korea Gas Corp. commenced a 20-year sales and purchase agreement with Cheniere Energy Inc., which operates the only facility in the United States with the permits necessary to export super-cooled LNG.

China 🇨🇳 and our LNG:

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cheniere-energy-boost-lng-export-230311569.html

From the article linked above:

Houston-based natural gas exporter, Cheniere Energy, Inc.’s LNG shares rallied more than 3.3% on May 12 to close at $48.68, following President Donald Trump’s recent trade deal with China. The deal aims at bolstering U.S. trade access and exports to China, including LNG exports, which will pave way for Chinese importers to secure LNG contracts from US suppliers.

Until now, Chinese buyers did not purchase long-term LNG supplies from the U.S. directly. This deal will help the developers to target Chinese buyers directly and is also likely to support direct Chinese investment into liquefaction and upstream developments in U.S.

Lithuania 🇱🇹 and our LNG:

https://oglinks.news/article/3fa198/lithuania-will-buy-more-lng-shipments-from-us

From the article linked above:

United States Vice-President Mike Pence said in Tallinn on July 31st he was convinced that the shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) purchased by Lithuania from the US would be one of the many in the future, informs LETA/BNS.

Speaking at a joint news conference with the presidents of the Baltic States, Pence stated that the shipment due to arrive in Lithuania in August would contribute to boosting regional energy security and stability.

“The president and I were pleased to see a Lithuanian firm’s recent decision to purchase LNGfrom the US. And when the first delivery occurs next month it will benefit not only our prosperity, but it will contribute to regional security and stability,” said the US vice-president.

France 🇫🇷, United Kingdom 🇬🇧 and Germany 🇩🇪 and our Coal:

https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/coal-makes-a-comeback-1502926053

From the article linked above:

This is all horrifying to the climate-change lobby, but they might note that U.S. coal exports are rising to countries that claim climate-change virtue. Exports to France increased 214% during the first quarter of this year amid a nuclear power plant outage. Other European countries like Germany and the U.K. are utilizing U.S. coal to stabilize unreliable renewable sources and make up for electric capacity lost from the shutdown of nuclear plants. First-quarter coal exports were up 94% to Germany and 282% to the U.K. Et tu, Angela Merkel?

Ireland 🇮🇪 and our LNG:

http://www.energydigital.com/oil-gas/nextdecade-and-port-cork-develop-lng-terminal-infrastructure-ireland

From the article linked above:

American natural gas firm NextDecade has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Port of Cork to develop a new Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) and associated LNG import terminal infrastructure in Ireland

Under the terms of the MOU, the potential development at the Port of Cork would receive LNG from NextDecade’s planned Rio Grande LNG project in South Texas. Estimated worth €338 million euros, or almost $400 million dollars.

 

2 thoughts on “We Are Selling LNG and Coal All Around the World Like Never Before

  1. Okay. So, I’m always the last one to see what was going on. Now, I’m beginning to see – a little – as through a glass darkly. For Barry and Cankles it never had anything to do with the environment. It’s heartbreaking to me to know that they never cared one whit about the quality of “air” for the future generations. Neither Shrillary nor Ohbummah cared so much as a fig about the future of “clean water”.

    The whole point of trying to send EVERY coal-miner and EVERY frac-worker to the ranks of the unemployed was all about destroying (or at least poisoning) the economy of the USA. Barry Sotero and the sickened, wretched impersonator of “a woman from Arkansas” were both trying to PREVENT energy independence in America – and elsewhere.

    So, it wasn’t obvious to me before but now – with everything energy related being done MASTERFULLY by our beloved Lion of a President – it’s hard NOT to see the treachery intended by those who wanted THE WHOLE WORLD to be enslaved. We weren’t going to be their only victims. May God have mercy on us all and may the traitors live at least long enough to see everything they were trying to do brought down to rags, rust, rubble and their own seething rage. Bless you, Fle for helping me see. Make. Them. WATCH!

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    1. It is completely disgusting what those two creatures of Lucifer were willing to do to everyday Americans. I hope our President gets that GDP humming at 8% so the world but more importantly Americans can see the slime in full effect!

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