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Improved infrastructure will lead to increased LNG exports, which help replace global coal and reduce emissions.
10+ year development cycles and incomplete projects are preventing abundant American energy from reaching consumers here and abroad.
The U.S. will need to double its LNG exports by 2028 to coal-dependent countries to encourage coal-to-gas switching.
Global power sector emissions would be reduced by 30% if the world’s top 5% worst emitting power plants switched to natural gas.