Shell Says While Gas Is the Future, It Won’t Be Traded Like OilBy and
Global demand for LNG seen expanding at 5% to 7% a year
LNG oversupply to end in early 2020s: Shell’s Roger Bounds
Natural gas is rapidly becoming one of the most traded global commodities, but that doesn’t mean it will have a global price, according to Royal Dutch Shell Plc.
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