LNG market gets more competitive
As more sellers enter the market, Asian buyers are looking for better deals
Petroleum News Editor-in-Chief
It's a different world than it used to be for sellers of liquefied natural gas. The terms for LNG sales to Asia — traditionally long-term inflexible contracts — are becoming more flexible as more sellers enter the market.
That was the message the June 28 Valdez LNG Summit heard from buyers Korea Ga....
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Korea Gas looking for more liberalized market
Tokyo Gas even more explicit
Japanese interested in upstream investment
Authority also sees contracts changing
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