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04/25/2005
Growing global demand seen changing natural gas tradeWith global demand for natural gas likely to grow by 2.2%/year during the next 2 decades, gas trade faces major changes, says Ron Billings, vice-president of LNG for ExxonMobil Gas & Power Marketing Co. Speaking Apr. 13 at the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association’s annual conference in Perth, Billings said natural gas would become the preferred fuel for electric power generation. He predicted that natural gas consumption will increase from the current level of 280 bcfd to about 500 bcfd, or one quarter of total world energy demand by 2030.Billings said localized gas production will be important, but the ...
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