ExxonMobil considers importing LNG to Australia


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  • Tuesday, 19 Jun 2018

MELBOURNE: ExxonMobil Corp, southeastern Australia’s biggest gas supplier, is considering importing liquefied natural gas (LNG) to help plug a looming gas shortage from 2021 and protect its market share.

The move would compete with plans by both Australia’s no.2 energy retailer AGL Energy to start importing LNG by 2021 and a consortium involving Japan’s JERA to start imports from 2020.

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