Energy Intelligence’s World Energy Opinion
27 December 2017
The US’ reinvention of itself as a major oil and gas exporter has been one of the biggest industry stories of the past decade. Previously noted primarily for the draw it made on global energy supplies, the US is now an influential exporter of liquefied natural gas, a product exports powerhouse and, increasingly, a significant exporter of crude oil. US crude exports have, however, been boosted by a number of short-term factors, and could run into headwinds in the years ahead.