The liquefaction investment impasse has been broken, and there is a growing likelihood that the LNG market is now headed for a new investment surge. Buyers have an abundance of supply options, and projects seeking third-party contracting will need to offer terms that address buyers’ underlying issues of demand uncertainty, deregulation, and creditworthiness. However, suppliers’ constraints need to be addressed, too, including cost structure and business model risk. What are key uncertainties faced by buyers in this market environment? How can suppliers best address buyers’ uncertainties through contracting terms? What advantages do aggregators have in achieving buyer alignment?