Liquefied natural gas (LNG) - A tight market ahead?

LNG has become an indispensible transport mode, unlocking the economic value of vast reserves of natural gas. But with demand expected to grow stronger in the next few years, and a time lag for new projects, will a demand-supply gap emerge?

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