Big Gain Seen for Asia, Small Loss for U.S. From LNG Exports

  • 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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