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Singapore poised for LNG hub

The country is ready to play a leading role in meeting surging liquefied natural gas demand in the region's rapidly expanding market. In emailed responses, Singapore LNG Corporation's (SLNG) chief executive said his company is strategically placed to meet emerging market demand

For SLNG chief executive John Ng, there's no beating around the bush. He's in no doubt about the fact that his company is in the right place at the right time to meet the region's burgeoning LNG demand rise. "With Singapore situated at the crossroads of major LNG trade routes, we believe SLNG is well-positioned to facilitate the growth of a vibrant LNG market in the region," he said. "Singapore's fortuitous geographical location puts us in a highly advantageous position to develop as an LNG trading hub, using the SLNG terminal as a platform". Ng sees the services provided by SLNG as helping to give traders better access to the region's LNG market. "With an expected increase in LNG supply

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