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LNG pricing dominates Gastech

THE head of India’s major LNG importer, Petronet, says he is open to signing a mid-term deal for new gas supplies, but he wants $US5/MMBtu, which is below the prevailing market price, while US start-up Tellurian is offing a flat $8/MMBtu to Japanese buyers.

LNG pricing dominates Gastech

It was also reported that Woodside was also considering sales of some of its LNG on a fixed-price basis, but did not mention a specific level.   While LNG is in something of a glut, $5/MMBtu is close...

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