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3 January 2012 By Kevin Allison, Christopher Swann

If energy firms win official approval, the U.S. may one day export up to a fifth of its gas – enough to shift the balance of energy power elsewhere in the world. But exporters risk undercutting the buoyant global prices that justify the huge capital cost of LNG projects.

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