LNG drive gears up

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“The US is the big story in liquefied natural gas these days,” says Susan Farmer, partner at law firm Denton Wilde Sapte (DWS) in London. Confidence in the level of LNG demand certainly seems to have reached critical mass in the US. The first ever LNG ministerial summit took place in Washington, DC in December; there are some 30 existing proposals for building LNG import terminals in the US alone (see figure 1); and international energy companies are stressing the importance of the market.

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