Two-Speed LNG Approach

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As the Qatari LNG construction juggernaut rolls on, all but a handful of developers elsewhere have delayed projects or called it quits. Amid coronavirus-related disruptions and concerns about decarbonization, most leading LNG suppliers are in no rush to commit to building expensive new liquefaction plants that could still be around midcentury, by when much of the world has pledged to go carbon neutral.

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