Gazprom decision on long-term LNG contracts squeezes priority sector

Supply disruptions may be ‘short-term’, says GAIL

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Gazprom | LNG


Shine Jacob |
Chennai



As Russia’s Gazprom invokes force majeure over long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts with India’s GAIL, priority sector customers like fertilizer units have already started to feel the pinch in India with a reduction in supply.


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First publication: Tuesday, August 02, 2022. 9:20 p.m. IST

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