Major LNG buyers set to quadruple demand by 2030

The world's biggest buyers of liquefied natural gas could quadruple demand by 2030, predicts consultancy company Wood Mackenzie in new report. Especially one country contributes to the growth.

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By 2030, demand on liquefied natural gas, LNG, may have quadrupled, writes consultancy company Wood Mackenzie in a new report, surveying uncontracted LNG.

According to the consultancy company, the world's seven largest LNG buyers may reach 80 million tons a year by 2030.

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