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USGC LNG market has potential to become key anchor for prices

With Shelley Kerr and Kwhame Gittens

March 29, 2017 13:12:55 EST (5:01)

With more liquefaction terminals in the US slated to hit the market by 2020, the US will have an opportunity to become a hub for both supply and pricing of LNG. Shelley Kerr, global director for LNG, and Kwhame Gittens, commodity risk solutions manager, evaluate why the US is critical to the development of liquidity in the global market and how spot pricing and derivative contracts can play into that evolution. Could the history of the Japan Korea Marker give clues about the future of the Gulf Coast Marker and its use?

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