Inflation and U.S. domestic politics are likely to limit the amount of liquefied natural gas...
Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 2:52 PM ETInflation and U.S. domestic politics are likely to limit the amount of liquefied natural gas exported from proposed projects in North America to 60M-70M tons/year over the next decade, Royal Dutch Shell CFO Simon Henry says. Shell estimates that projects to export around 130M tons/year of LNG from the U.S. and Canada combined are currently on the drawing board. (also)
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