LNG has too many price indices, and not enough

Buying and selling LNG is set to become more standardised in the next few years as greater volumes are shipped by an ever-widening pool of market players, executives from some of the world’s largest LNG-trading companies said at the CWC World LNG Summit last week.

Buying and selling LNG is set to become more standardised in the next few years as greater volumes are shipped by an ever-widening pool of market players, executives from some of the world’s largest LNG-trading companies said at the CWC World LNG Summit last week.

However, the range of price indices that LNG is linked to is preventing the fuel from being treated in the same way as other commodities such as oil, delegates were told.

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