"There's lots of potential in the Asia-Pacific generally," says Tait. "Liquefied natural gas supply and demand is growing quite considerably and the region has always been a hub for oil trading, so I don't see any reason why this should change." Please click on the video for the full interview. And don't forget to check out Energy Risk over the next two weeks for full video interviews and shows from Asia and London on what's moving and shaking the energy and commodities markets.
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