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WINDS OF CHANGE: Might the demand for liquefied natural gas production ships like this dry up due to shale gas?

WINDS OF CHANGE: Might the demand for liquefied natural gas production ships like this dry up due to shale gas?

Are LNG’s days numbered?

Jeremy Cresswell, 5th March 2012

A decade or so ago, liquefied natural gas was fast becoming the big strategic play in the natural gas industry. It had the potential to make big money in a world of shrinking energy resources and mounting environmental pressure to cut dependency on coal for firing power stations, especially among OECD nations.

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