3 Not-So-Obvious Ways to Invest in LNG

So what do Exco Resources Kinder Morgan , and Golar LNG  all have in common? They are some of the unique ways that investors can play the LNG export game in the US without being as exposed to LNG terminals. Low-cost producers like Exco stand to gain a great deal as LNG facilities bump up demand for US natural gas -- which is already high enough for these low-cost producers to generate decent returns. 

Exco isn't the only low-cost producer able to benefit from this kind of move, and Golar LNG isn't the only LNF tanker fleet that has long-term potential written all over it. Tune into the video below to find out why fool.com contributor Tyler Crowe sees both Kinder Morgan and Golar LNG as big winners in the LNG space -- and find out about other companies to keep on your radar. 

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