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JKM slips back to pre-Fukushima levels with lower demand, high inventories

Featuring Max Gostelow

November 21, 2014 02:00:00 EST (8:19 mins)

North Asian countries are entering the winter season - when demand for LNG traditionally peaks. In this video, Max Gostelow, associate editor for Asia LNG, talks about the factors dragging down the Japan-Korea Marker; the slowing growth of LNG in China; and the increasing demand in India and Southeast Asia.


The following Platts assessment was discussed in this video:
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JKM (Japan-Korea Marker)$10.65 MMBtu11/20/2014

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