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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Charif Souki, former head of Cheniere Energy (LNG) - Get Cheniere Energy, Inc. Report and now the co-founder and chairman of Tellurian (TELL) - Get Tellurian Inc. Report , a stock that was up 12.1% today.
Souki was extremely bullish on our country's ability to export more natural gas. He said the U.S. has over 100 years' worth of reserves and is drilling at lower costs every year. The problem, he said, is infrastructure. Even if the U.S. doubled its export capacity, we would still only export a minute fraction of the gas the world needs.
When asked about competition, Souki said that Tellurian will move at their own pace and is not worried about what others are doing. He said this time around, his company has no debt, a clean slate, an experienced team and a track record of getting things done.
Finally, when asked about the price of oil, Souki said he feels oil prices are about where they should be, and the sky-high prices of years past was a strategy that came back to bite OPEC.
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