Singapore Signs Up for More Indonesian Pipeline Gas

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Singapore’s utility Sembcorp Industries has signed a gas sales agreement with Indonesian upstream independent Medco E&P Natuna to import piped gas from the West Natuna gas fields in Indonesia, a deal which should in turn reduce the island nation's LNG demand.

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