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New LNG developments do not threaten Gulf competitiveness

The development of LNG projects in closer proximity to Asian markets will not threaten Gulf competitiveness because transportation time is only one of the factors that determines the total cost of selling LNG, said Antoine Lafarque, chief financial officer of Tellurian

As LNG demand continues to trend upwards, Tellurian expects a lot of that to be met by shipments from the US
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