Why is the United States exporting liquefied natural gas? The demand for importing natural gas to the U.S. dissipated once it became the largest producer of natural gas in the world. Today, companies such as Cheniere Energy are capitalizing on the ability to take cheap domestic natural gas and sell it for a profit in foreign markets.
Today's tweet from the Oil and Gas Journal refers to this trend. Tune in to the following segment of The Motley Fool's Where the Money Is to see what analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman have to say about this post, and tweet us @TMFEnergy.
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