Actually saw a segment about a week ago on TV where the panel was talking about it being wrong to export our energy resources. They said there needed to be a big groundswell of popular opinion started to stop it and they thought maybe high oil and gasoline prices might be the spark (no pun intended).
Go long CLNE and WPRT if you like NG as Obama can't really harm them.
Although I completely agree with your premise, Cheniere has somehow already been granted the ONLY license to export and the stock has more than doubled in less than a year since I've owned it and is showing no signs of slowing. Would it make sense that pressure to curb exports might result in the government issuing fewer future permits which can only benefit Cheniere? However, having seen how this administration acts outside the law, there is a possibility of them rescinding the existing license. Fracking has caught them all off guard and they are most likely trying to figure out how to stop it despite their public statements of support. Either way it's a crapshoot, but for now I'm betting on Cheniere. The secret is becoming better known and the momentum seems to be increasing. They currently hold contracts to export nearly their full capacity. If this works out, the potential for PPS increase along with the possibility of future dividends presents an alluring risk / reward potential. Either way, it's been a nice ride and my only regret is that I didn't buy more.
Almost forgot: There is always a strong possibility of LNG being bought out by one of the giants (XOM?) to get the license and the 2 year headstart in construction, although I feel the long term profit potential for shareholders is better if LNG stays independent. I really would like to hear opinions on this.