Cheniere Energy's financial statements won't look like much for quite some time, so investors should focus on this instead.
The leading independent oil and gas company is due to report this Thursday morning.
The master limited partnership’s focus on long-term stability and visible cash-flow growth seems to be a one-in-kind in the fiercely competitive global LNG market.
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These three graphics help to explain the current situation at the LNG exporter, and what direction it could take in the future.
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Getting better than originally projected results from its operational costs and its non-fixed contract sales as well as seizing a potential opening in market share could really get Cheniere Energy's stock headed in the right direction.