Oil and Gas
SUEZ Energy's Stibolt gauges the future for liquefied natural gas in the United States
With liquefied natural gas imports on the upswing, a key question for policymakers is where to site new LNG terminals that can handle the additional shipments. Robert Stibolt, senior vice president at SUEZ Energy North America, explains his company's experience after more than 30 years of managing an LNG facility near Boston. Stibolt also talks about what the industry is doing in response to security risks. And he examines likely locations for future LNG terminals, including a new offshore facility proposed near Massachusetts and a potential pipeline from the Bahamas to Florida.