New LNG projects face tough competition
Wood Mackenzie forecasts double the demand for LNG by 2025 — with potential projects which could fill that demand 3 times over
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
Too many potential liquefied natural gas export projects are chasing the expected strong growth in Asian gas demand over the next 15 years, a consensus of speakers said at a recent LNG conference.
“There will be a lot of North American projects still waiting in 2030,” predicted Daryl Houghton, LNG c....
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