WORLD GAS OUTLOOK: TEMPERED OPTIMISM

Concerns about capital supply, market prices, and politics tempered optimism over future international gas trade at the 18th World Gas Conference July 8-12 in Berlin. Speakers generally agreed with projections for strong gas demand and trade growth as gas displaces oil and, to some degree, nuclear power. But the growth won't be automatic.

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