Japan, EU ink cooperation pact to remove LNG resale restrictions

BRUSSELS – Japan and the European Union exchanged a memorandum of understanding Tuesday on their cooperation to remove terms that restrict the resale of liquefied natural gas from LNG import contracts. The cooperation deal, also aimed at making the LNG …
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