Peru joins the LNG exporters' club

August 2010
Energy Caribbean;2010, Issue 50, p20
The article reports that Peru, which sits on the Pacific coast of South America become the second country in the entire Caribbean and Latin American region that join the liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporters' club. It further mentions that U.S.'s Hunt Oil Co., Spain's Repsol YPF, South Korean refiner SK Energy, and Japanese trading giant Marubeni Corp. collectively owned Peru LNG.


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