More Price Price Volatility in US on Higher LNG Demand

"LNG exports have been the fastest growing source of U.S. natural gas demand since the country started ramping up exports in 2016, and is expected to expand deliveries in coming years as several more export terminals enter service.

Its imprint is being felt in the U.S. gas futures market, which in November experienced its longest stretch of extreme volatility in nine years due to demand, low inventories and unseasonably cold U.S. weather." Here.

Could this become a cause for concern as it happened in Australia? I'd imagine it wouldn't but I can't be sure.

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