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LNG trade falls for first time in 30 years

14.06.2013 13:08

In 2012 the global trade in liquefied natural gas (LNG) has suffered its first annual drop after three consecutive decades of expansion.

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Anonymous user 17.06.2013 11:19

Big-one5,U.S Obama and congress do it under the will of the ppl. Because, they "ARE"the people

Anonymous user 16.06.2013 00:35

So US taxpayers will finance cheap LNG supplies to EU while millions are on foodstamps in US...

Anonymous user 16.06.2013 00:32

19:14 Extra? Low shale gas price is subsidized by taxpayers, shale gas producers don't pay taxes.

Anonymous user 15.06.2013 19:18

@ 18:02 finally, the importing country's (EU, Asia) will be the only winner of the pricewar.

Anonymous user 15.06.2013 19:14

US will ship as there are willingly to sell 30-40% below current market-price, for US it's an extra

Anonymous user 15.06.2013 19:10

@18:02 it's not transportcost that's important, it's the pricepoint where you comfortable to sell

Anonymous user 15.06.2013 19:07

@18:02 pipelines seem cheaper, but only when used over 90% capacity, ships adapt marketshift easy

Anonymous user 15.06.2013 18:13

USA price is lower because it has no buyers. The US economy will have to spend trillions to convert.

Anonymous user 15.06.2013 08:11

Bad news for those dreaming of US LNG exports. One more US recovery plan fails before start.

Anonymous user 15.06.2013 04:41

usa GoldMorgs shale gas and oil; silently huge future disasters to underground water supplies

Anonymous user 14.06.2013 18:02

Guess what is cheaper - existing pipelines or shipping across Atlantic, and who will win price war.

Anonymous user 14.06.2013 15:25

Big gap export & domestic, but since more producers come in the export market, price faces pressure

Anonymous user 14.06.2013 14:35

Some people need education, then they won't compare US domestic price with Russian export price...

Anonymous user 14.06.2013 13:56

Russian prices are 5x over USA price. Nobody buys Russian gas unless they have absolutely no choice

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