Viewpoint: Under Pressure

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Europe's plans to import more LNG to cut dependence on Russian gas could potentially kick-start construction of a new wave of liquefaction capacity currently immobilized by the need to lock in long-term buyers and overcome climate-related opposition. But soaring prices of raw materials add a fresh complication for would-be developers, as well as create headaches for liquefaction projects on which work is already under way.

LNG Demand, LNG Contracts, LNG Projects, LNG Supply, Ukraine Crisis
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