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Listen: Shell-BG Group deal: What does it mean for the LNG market?

The $70-billion takeover deal between Shell and BG Group will make Shell the second largest global oil producer in the world. But both companies are also active on the LNG front. In this podcast, Platts pricing analyst Max Gostelow and editor Abache Abreu look at the implications of the deal on the LNG market, the possible changes in the LNG landscape in the near term, and the long-term challenges expected by market participants.


This is the latest in a series of podcasts aimed at highlighting significant news stories from around the energy world. Check back every week for the latest update.


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