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Global LNG: The Drivers and Obstacles to new LNG capacity

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The strength of this spring's LNG market and competition for available supply has raised questions about future supply. There is a lot of capacity under development, to say nothing of emerging provinces. What are the drivers and obstacles to new capacity, and what should we expect in terms of new projects? LNG experts, Ian Nathan and Michael Sultan share their insights in our latest podcast. 

Hosted by: Ian Nathan, Director of LNG Research and Michael Sultan, Editor, LNG Intelligence 

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