How is Trump aiding U.S. LNG presence?

Or is he? How much progress has U.S. LNG made since last summer? Are there still dozens of permit applications for LNG collecting dust at the DOE? Also, how is shale gas developing in China, and will that be the deciding factor in whether or not U.S. LNG can be successful in China? Generally speaking, I guess I really would like some insight as to how economically viable U.S. LNG will be on a global scale.

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Silence of the lambs.

Well, Trump's trade dispute with China is delaying one U.S. company’s bid to sign long-term natural gas export deals. Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd is in “advanced” discussions to sign 20-year deals for its $4.35-billion Magnolia LNG export project in Louisiana, but a number of parties have indicated they’re waiting to see how the tensions shake out before making final decisions,

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Russia's piped natural gas to EU is cheaper than U.S. LNG exported to EU.

No one, including Trump, will be able to change that simple economic fact any soon, as far as I can determine.

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