Ben Wetherall, ICIS Head of Gas, will be chairing the panel discussion on Global LNG Demand. Catch his session at this time:
Session Date: Thursday, 20 November, Day 2
Session Date: 9:00AM - 10:45AM
Topic: Which regions and pockets offer the best prospects for new growth?
Emerging and new markets:
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China LNG Supply/Demand & Investment Opportunities Report
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