D. A. Stott: Japan Swimming Against the Tide in Indonesia

Monday, June 21, 2010

Adam Stott

Recent developments in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade between Indonesia and Japan demonstrate that Japanese negotiators are swimming against the tide as they scramble to consolidate supplies from Indonesia and their existing long-term supply contracts expire.

Four specific projects are at stake as Jakarta reshapes its gas export policy towards its, and the world's biggest buyer of LNG.

The most pressing issue concerns the Senoro Donggi LNG processing plant set for construction in So...

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