It's been a rough year for companies tied to the LNG infrastructure market, as once-rich valuations continue to smack into the reality that development of the U.S. market remains frustratingly slow and China continues to be consistently inconsistent. Chart Industries (NASDAQ:GTLS) is down another 15% or so from when I last wrote about the company but still sports a double-digit trailing EBITDA, while Westport (NASDAQ:WPRT), Clean Energy (NASDAQ:CLNE), Linde (OTCPK:LNEGY), and CBI (NYSE:CBI) are likewise all down on a year-to-date basis.
The arguments for an LNG capacity build out still make sense - the U.S. has extensive natural gas reserves and LNG offers not only an alternative to oil-based fuels...
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