LNG pricing – all change!

By Nicholas Fulford and Ryan Pereira 19 July 2016
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Malacca LNG terminal, Malaysia. (Petronas) Malacca LNG terminal, Malaysia. (Petronas)

Many Asian gas and LNG buyers are going through – or at least contemplating – market reforms that, from a pricing and contractual perspective, will start to erode the old way of doing things.

Japan’s energy market reform is well under way. There has been a shift in gas purchases by major utility companies recently because they have successfully captured power customers from their competitors.

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