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The U.S. EIA expects domestic natural gas production to increase in 2021 as demand falls. The EIA projects that dry gas production will rise to 96.99 Bft3d in 2021 from 95.81 Bft3d in 2020 before rising to 99.63 Bft3d in 2022. That compares with 93.06 Bft3d in 2019. The EIA also expects gas consumption to fall to 82.32 Bft3d in 2021 from 83.25 Bft3d in 2020, and then rise to 82.87 Bft3d in 2022, compared with a record high of 85.15 Bft3d in 2019. In LNG news, Sabine Pass LNG has received authorization from the FERC to commission the fuel gas system for its Train 6 under construction. GP

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-Adrienne Blume
Worldwide, small-scale LNG liquefaction capacity is expected to expand by 30% over the next 4 yr, increasing from 33.9 MMtpy in 2021 to 43.92 MMtpy in 2025.
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