LNG's wide-ranging challenges can be met, experts say

Increasing LNG imports’ contribution to total US natural gas resources poses a wide range of challenges, four experts conceded during an Energy Information Administration conference Apr. 12 in Washington, DC. But they also agreed that the challenges can be met because of the oil and gas industry’s extensive experience with LNG.That’s especially significant to multinational oil companies such as ChevronTexaco Corp., which has more than 100 tcf of gas reserves worldwide. Much of that gas can’t be commercialized readily because it’s not close to markets or pipelines, noted Bruce A. Johnson, vice-president and general manager of ChevronTexaco Global Gas in Housto...

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