U.S. imports of LNG drop for 2nd year
EIA analysts expect rebound this year, but shortages of feedstock gas and European competition for supplies are potential roadblocks
For Petroleum News
Imports of liquefied natural gas into the United States declined in 2006 for the second straight year, as European customers outbid U.S. firms for the fuel. Those findings come in a new report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
With delays in several projects around the world, includin....
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