Does More LNG From the U.S. Mean Gas Price Troubles Ahead?

With the approval of Dominion Resources (NYSE: D) new LNG facility in Maryland, the Department of Energy has made it clear that LNG exports is going to be a greater part of the natural gas realm. While Dominion is probably not surprised that it received approval for this facility since it had been purchasing equipment for it months ahead of the decision, the speed of this decision may surprise some who have followed the LNG story. 

So will this new facility have an impact on natural gas prices? It really depends on who you ask. Tune into the video below to find out how America's fourth LNG facility will affect natural gas supplies and how much of an impact this new facility will have an impact on Dominion's bottom line. 

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