The objective of the Moving Texas Exports series of papers is to describe the supply chains for six of Texas’ major export commodities and identify the role of transportation in the supply chain. Texas is the leading producer of natural gas in the United States, accounting for almost 30 percent of the United States’ marketed natural gas production in 2013. Natural gas is an important input for domestic industry. Texas consumes approximately one-seventh of the nation’s total natural gas, specifically in the industrial and electric power industries. The interest in exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) has largely been fueled by lower U.S. natural gas prices resulting from the increased production of shale gas. This is the fifth paper in the series and documents the role of transportation in the liquefied natural gas export supply chain and key transportation issues and concerns.