INTERNATIONAL GAS SHIPMENTS TO MAINTAIN UPWARD TREND

07/01/1991
International gas trade is on the rise. Gas sold across international borders accounted for about 14% of the world's marketed gas production last year. One of the major players in the business, Royal Dutch/Shell Group, predicts international trade will account for 21% of world gas sales by 2010. Achieving that massive upturn in business will require major new investments. Shell forecasts that during the next 20 years $600-800 billion will be required, including $60 billion for the liquefied natural gas element. British Petroleum Co. plc reports international gas trade advanced to 233.5 billion cu m ...
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