Gas OPEC looms on horizon
World’s producing giants study delinking gas and oil prices, but insist price-fixing cartel is not part of the agenda; global gas trading holds key to commodity’s future
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It’s been talked about for years, it’s moved a step closer, but there’s some distance yet to travel before countries controlling two-thirds of the world’s global reserves move to an OPEC-style price-fixing cartel for natural gas.
Even so, an April 9 gathering of 16 members of the Gas Exporting Count....
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