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The end of the LNG destination clause?

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29 June 2017

The end of the LNG destination clause?

Report summary

On 28th July, Japan's Free Trade Commission said that clauses in some LNG contracts that prevent resale of LNG are likely to be anti-competitive. As the world's leading LNG buyer - Japan will set the trend for other players in Asia and beyond.  

Table of contents

  • Event
    • LNG Sellers in Australia and Russia to be hit by loss of profit sharing in FOB contracts
    • Where Japan leads others will follow

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  • Largest non-US FOB contracts into Japan
  • Summary implications for different types of LNG contracts

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