Two minutes with Executive Chairman Charif Souki on current U.S. natural gas position and gas flow

Where does U.S. gas come from? The Marcellus, the Haynesville, and the Permian areas supply most of the gas for the U.S. The U.S. has enough resources to satisfy all of the demand for the country plus a very significant piece of export available for the rest of the world where we can help countries, such as what is happening to Europe, to have additional gas and to supply to Asia, Africa, and places that need it.