Investors in Cheniere Energy have to be excited about the future of their investment. Being the only company approved to export liquified natural gas to countries without a Free Trade Agreement with the United States is a huge advantage. The fact that management has placed the first two trains of the company's Sabine Pass liquifaction facility ahead of schedule further supplements this advantage because it displays operational efficiency that other competitors will have to work to achieve. Aside from the development of these assets, becoming more financially stable has also been a focus. Take a look at the video below for more detail.
Higher gas prices from exportation could help natural gas producers
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