Welcome to the September issue of MZINE.
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We have two great articles for you this month, the first looks at
LNG pricing following on from our Canadian article last month, the
second will give you some insight to gas vehicles in China and the
'drivers' behind them.
Our cartoonist this month suggests how an LNG fuelled lorry might look, see below.
This month we have a video for you!
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there is a music track so you might want to turn it down
We hope you enjoy the MZINE this month, if you have any comments or suggestions
then please let us know
. We always enjoy hearing from our readers.
East meets West - Japan Crude Cocktail and Henry Hub
In a previous article 'Oil going off the boil? The Canadian Case'
we highlighted the current challenges Canadian sellers of LNG
face in reaching an agreement over the price of LNG with buyers
from the Asia Pacific. This article will continue to unravel this
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