(EnergyAsia, November 27 2014, Thursday) — With liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply growth outpacing demand, Asian buyers have the upper hand for now although a blast of cold from unpredictable weather conditions could easily spike prices, said consultant Wood Mackenzie.

Riding the downtrend, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), Asian buyers are digging in with their demand for an overhaul of the LNG pricing formula as the market’s weakness could be protracted on account of weak global demand, rising supply and depressed oil prices.

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