As Australia's new LNG projects move toward start up, low oil prices and increased competition have altered the outlook. An analyst discusses which countries will have the biggest demand for future LNG. This independent analytic look at the world LNG markets examines how Australia is positioned to fill that demand. In addition, Cann reveals how Australia's unconventional resources fit into the picture.
- Geoffrey Cann, national director, oil and gas, Deloitte Australia
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