The Global Gas Oversupply and Its Impact on Europe and Asia: Where will the U.S. LNG Exports Go?

By 2015 the general view was that most U.S. LNG exports would go to Asia rather than to Europe as Asia’s gas prices were much higher. But by Spring 2015 Asia’s gas prices were down 65% since 2014 thus making US LNG exports to Europe more attractive..
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