The global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market has seen massive growth in recent years, despite a slowdown of imports in the United States and Europe.
"As the market grows, more and more LNG cargoes are crossing the oceans and connecting continent to continent," Takuro Yamamoto says.
Speaking at the GIE Conference in Europe recently, Mr. Yamamoto, an LNG Analyst for the International Energy Agency (IEA), said that this market growth is propelled by new demand in many regions.
"In 15 years, the number of countries utilising LNG has tripled. This…
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