yes between $14 and $15 in asia and s. america, europe is around $10 to $11, shipping and liquification costs about $4. lots of room for profit here on the LNG and the NG production. Cant and fart went on ignore a long time ago. I keep Wyo34 on line because he is the best contrarian indicator I have ever seen, he only comes around when the price is about to spike up although he missed this last one, I hope he hasn't died, it is not like him to miss an upward move by not saying to sell.
COP owns 1/2 of the facility approved for LNG exports, an analysis I read said this will add almost 60 cents per share to earnings when in full production on basis of higher NG at $5.50 and lower world wide prices. A very good conservative analysis imo. this was from profits of facility alone and not from the increase in NG prices. A double good move, we make more money from NG going up and then additional from liquefaction and export.