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Discord in Australian LNG damages Asia export hopes

Broad collaboration is essential if a new wave of Australian LNG projects is to be competitive

Prospective Australian LNG exporters are scrambling for an early place in line for an anticipated upswing in Asia-Pacific LNG demand early next decade. But success is not guaranteed. A number of planned backfill and brownfield expansion concepts depend on industry collaboration to keep costs down. "The timing is right, but the timing is tight and we cannot do it on our own. We need regulators, government and the supply chain to work with us," says Niall Myles, senior vice-president for the North West Shelf and Barrup at Australian independent Woodside. The window of opportunity may be opened partially by rising trade tensions between China and the United States, which could slow the develo



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