February 12, 2013

Asia's New Energy Supplier: U.S.?

Anthony Fensom, Pacific Money

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Asia’s energy-hungry economies are turning to a new, politically stable and potentially cheaper source of gas: the United States. While the domestic debate continues over U.S. energy exports, major gas importers such as Japan, South Korea and China are scrambling to invest in the new energy superpower’s gas projects.

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