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Impact of U.S. shale gas on existing LNG SPAs

USA - November 7 2012 The main issue exercising the minds of Asia's LNG sellers and buyers is what will happen to their current LNG sale and purchase agreements (SPAs), which are priced based upon the Japan Crude Cocktail (JCC), as cheaper (Henry Hub-linked) shale gas imports start to flow into the region from North America.

Co-authors: Colin D. Cook, Hiromitsu Kato, Anne K.T. Hung.

Export restrictions in gas contracts: possible anti-competition behavior by Gazprom opens probe

European Union, Japan - September 7 2012 The EU Commission has announced it will formally investigate possible anti-competitive behavior by Gazprom that may drive up prices and adversely affect security of supply.

Co-authors: Anne K.T. Hung.