Mideast LNG Sellers Monitor Korean Situation As KOGAS Downsizes 1998 Import Program
The fallout from Korea's ongoing economic upheaval continues to be the source of someconcern on the part of Oman and Qatar, the two Middle East liquefied natural gas producerswhich have signed long-term supply deals with Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS). Both Oman LNGand the Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company (RasGas) have received assurances fromKOGAS that it will honor...
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