Aussie LNG projects squabble over marketing

Mobil Oil Australia Ltd. has dashed hopes of a united marketing effort for Australian liquefied natural gas by deriding a recent proposal put forward by Woodside Petroleum Pty. Ltd. and Shell Australia Ltd. and endorsed by Chevron Asiatic Ltd. Mobil is a partner in the proposed Gorgon LNG project off Western Australia. The company maintains that the Australian LNG concept would preclude producers from competing at the customers' doorstep and ultimately could have adverse implications for domestic gas sales competition. In promoting the idea, Woodside argues that confusion exists in Asia about the status of the various Australian LNG projects awaiting development. New ...

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