The LNG Revolution
James T. Jensen
The Energy Journal, 2003, vol. Volume24, issue Number 2, 1-45
This paper discusses the influence that the world wide liberalization of the natural gas industry is likely to have on the future development of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The paper examines some of the barriers to the workably competitive commodity model for this complex cross-border trade and speculates about the likely future structure of the industry.
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