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In Ukraine Crisis Wake: Geopolitics and a Case for European LNG Import Terminals

The global LNG supply options are broadening with new LNG export projects – both under construction and proposed – mushrooming especially in Australia, the US, Canada, Papua New Guinea, Mozambique, Tanzania, etc.. A severe competition in the global LNG market is in the not so distant future. read more
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