Argentina mulls $10 bln LNG project

Argentina mulls $10 bln LNG project

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Argentina LNG Gas Politics

Argentine Economy Minister Martín Guzmán said Wednesday that the federal government is working on preliminary plans to build a more than $10 billion plant to produce and export liquefied natural gas (LNG), as global demand rises for the product in the energy transition to net-zero carbon emissions. The government is in talks with countries and companies to make sure there will be buyers for the LNG, Guzmán said at the IDEA Energy Transition conference in Neuquén, Argentina. Another key for movin

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