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Articles Tagged with ''liquefied natural gas''

LNG: key to supplying Asia Pacific energy needs

Australia uses about half the natural gas it produces, and exports the rest in the form of LNG
January 1, 2013
China and India tend to grab the headlines when it comes to economic growth in Asia. But when it comes to energy, the entire Asia-Pacific region is of extreme interest and encompasses much more than can be contained within those two countries’ borders.
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US senator introduces bill to facilitate LNG exports to Europe

December 20, 2012
The U.S. is looking into ways to play a more important role in the European natural gas market by lifting the limitations on liquefied natural gas deliveries to its transatlantic allies and helping them become less dependent on Russian natural gas.
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Legislation would allow NATO allies to tap U.S. natural gas exports

December 12, 2012
The U.S. Congress should give European allies access to burgeoning supplies of U.S. natural gas, Republican Senator Richard Lugar said on Wednesday, proposing a new law that he said would improve energy security in a critical region.
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