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What will the fall in crude prices mean for the LNG market?

Featuring Stephanie Wilson

December 23, 2014 12:47:00 EST (6:40 mins)

Stephanie Wilson discusses how the Platts JKM LNG price for January 2015 delivery to Asia plunged 46.9% year on year to average $10.062 MMBtu, the largest year on year reduction since Platts began assessing the marker in February 2009; the impact of the fall in Dated Brent Crude and Japan Customs-Cleared Crude; and the outlook for prices as new, large volumes of production come online from across Asia and the US over the next three years.

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