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JKM reveals three LNG surprises in three years – tightness, correlations and seasonality

Platts JKM, the benchmark LNG spot price, has revealed three important surprises over the past three years. In 2015, most analysts expected the LNG market to weaken considerably, increasingly de-correlate from oil and reduce seasonality. Three years of JKM analysis counters all three expectations — as well as re-emphasizing the importance of market-based LNG pricing, […] The post JKM reveals three LNG surprises in three years – tightness, correlations and seasonality appeared first on The Barrel Blog.
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