(EnergyAsia, June 30, Tuesday) — Asian buyers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are seeking better terms from suppliers amid evidence of oversupply on the market. Some buyers are resorting to clauses in their long-term contracts that allow them to defer take-up of cargoes while others are increasingly reluctant to commit to long-term contracts. One influential…

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