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Indian appetite for imported LNG taking off, but sustainability of demand remains uncertain

With Max Gostelow

May 10, 2016 06:30:22 EST (3:15)

Indian LNG demand growth has largely failed to meet expectations over the past years. It was hit by very high LNG prices from 2012 to 2014, and when prices started to dip in 2015, LNG buyers and storage capacity in the country were limited.

Is 2016 finally looking to be a good year for Indian LNG imports? Armed with data from previous years and from January to April, pricing analyst Max Gostelow explores the possibilities for LNG in India for the rest of 2016.

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