Lessons Learned When the World's Top LNG Companies Met: Day 2By
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At the LNG 18 Conference in Perth, Australia, attendees heard Wednesday how major energy producers are seeking to convert historical oil demand into liquefied natural gas sales through expansion into downstream markets. Suppliers including Total SA also called for carbon pricing and said some Asian utilities have shifted to coal from natural gas despite the United Nation’s COP21 agreement last year in Paris that encourages nations burn cleaner fuels. As Day 3 of the conference starts, here’s a taste of what the energy giants had to say on Day 2.
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