Unless Australia’s exporters can find a way to produce LNG cheaply, the country’s impending role as the world’s leading LNG supplier may be short-lived now Qatar has signalled it will ramp up production from its North Dome gas field.
"Much attention is focused now on the cost-competitiveness of Henry Hub-linked LNG from the United States, but the substantial liquids credit of Qatari volumes and established infrastructure at Ras Laffan lends Qatar a tremendous cost advantage against all global projects," Gautam Sudhakar, director for global LNG...
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