Since Trump took office, U.S. exports of LNG and crude oil have surged, rivaling the likes of Saudi Arabia and Russia.
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In just three years, the U.S. has emerged as a top producer of liquefied natural gas, or LNG, selling shiploads of the commodity to countries such as China, which are seeking low-carbon energy sources to combat climate change.Natural gas, it turns out, isn't so great for the climate, but that hasn't stopped the U.S. from sending its fossil fuels abroad. Since U.S. President Donald Trump took office in 2017, exports of LNG and crude oil have surged, rivaling the likes of Saudi Arabia and Russia. On Jan. 4, 2016, ConocoPhillips one of 16 companies that collaborated to overturn the ban became the first to export American crude oil.
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