December 12, 2011

Battle For Asia's Booming LNG Market

Shareholders Unite, Seeking Alpha


AP

The future seems to be in natural gas, not oil. Here is the ExxonMobil (XOM) Outlook for Energy, a view to 2040. Not too many surprises, it's broadly in line with similar publications from the International Energy Agency (IEA). According to the Exxon report, global energy demand will be 30% higher than in 2010. . .

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TAGGED: global natural gas market, LNG, global energy market, Asia, U.S. energy policy, Seeking Alpha

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