LNG could meet 30% of UK demand by 2015

July 2008
Utility Week;7/18/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the contention of Simon Bonini, Centrica's liquefied natural gas (LNG) director, that up to 30 per cent of gas demand in Great Britain could be met by supplies of imported LNG by 2015. According to him, that level of LNG imports would imply almost one shipment a day. He added that Britain was on the way to having sufficient infrastructure, but he acknowledged that currently it was being under-utilised.


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