Big Gain Seen for Asia, Small Loss for U.S. From LNG ExportsBy and
Asia natural gas prices stand to drop as much as 4.9 percent
U.S. gas prices would climb less than 1 percent by 2025: study
An impending flood of U.S. shale gas into the global market stands to lower the price of the heating fuel in Asia by almost 5 percent while marginally raising costs to customers at home, a study commissioned by the U.S. Energy Department shows.
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