American LNG Exporters Turn to Europe as Asian Demand SputtersBy , , and
Sharp reduction in Dutch gas production opening market to U.S.
American suppliers no longer see need to brush up on Korean
For years, U.S. gas companies looking to export liquefied natural gas dreamed of a booming Asia. Now, with demand there falling and the first shipment weeks away, Europe has emerged as an unlikely savior.
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