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New LNG Terminals Get Smaller

by Julie Gordon (Reuters) – The liquefied natural gas market is growing every year, but the LNG terminals that ship and receive the fuel are shrinking. The booming sector’s next-generation infrastructure is being designed for a emerging-market buyers that want smaller volumes on shorter, more flexible contracts. LNG export terminals, where the gas is liquefied […] The post New LNG Terminals Get Smaller appeared first on gCaptain.
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