Kick-off for spot

After years of relying on long-term contracts, LNG suppliers are committing more volumes to the short-term market in hope of exploiting tight fundamentals. Oliver Holtaway explores this new trend

Trading volumes in the short-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) market look set to grow as energy companies change the way they look at the short-term market.

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