The value of the LNG exported from Southeast Asia fell by 34% year on year in 2016, with Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei receiving just over $15 billion for their shipments. This followed a 37% decline in 2015 compared with 2014. Exports of oil and gas make a significant contribution to all three countries’ national budgets, and these large declines will affect government spending.
In the face of growing LNG supply – with new export capacity coming online in...
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