NA LNG looks to exporting to survive
In a change from a decade ago, the North American liquefied natural gas industry is now gearing up to export billions of cubic feet
Researcher/writer for the Office of the Federal Coordinator
Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese officials told foreign LNG makers in September 2012 that their prices are out of whack given what’s going on in North America. Japan is enduring its first trade deficit since the early 1980s in part due to paying high LNG prices.
Some think today’s price gap could nar....
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A future of exports?
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