By Dale Nesbitt
5 min read
In the world of commodity market forecasting, probability, and economics, change is the only constant. Particularly, when it comes to Liquified Natural Gas (LNG), the landscape has evolved dramatically in recent years. Gone are the days when LNG transactions were primarily governed by long-term contracts tied to oil prices or index plus forward costs. Today, LNG is increasingly bought and sold as an unregulated commodity, driven by gas-on-gas competition, both regionally and globally. This paradigm shift has raised a plethora of questions for industry players and investors alike.
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