Imports of LNG could rise as Asia cools
Wood Mackenzie predicts U.S. will import more LNG in the next few years because of declining Asian economies
For Petroleum News
A new report from Wood Mackenzie predicts a near-term increase in U.S. imports of liquefied natural gas as demand sags in Asia.
“The medium-term outlook for LNG in North America is not as dire as other commentators are suggesting, despite the success in developing shale gas,” says Murray Douglas, N....
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