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Wave of US LNG nears

From importer to exporter, shale gas has transformed the US energy landscape

In April this year, Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass liquefied natural gas export facility loaded and shipped its 100th cargo, a milestone for the US' growing gas export industry. This year, the country will see a surge of new LNG export capacity start up, helping to make the country a net natural gas exporter by 2018 for the first time since the 1950s. Cheniere brought the first two trains at Sabine Pass into operation last year and will double its capacity this year with train three mostly finished and ready to start exporting by June. Train four is due to start up later in the year. Once trains three and four are completed, Sabine Pass will have 18m tonnes per year in send-out capacity, mak



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