(EnergyAsia, December 7 2010, Tuesday) — Lured by higher prices overseas, US companies are increasingly re-exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes to Asia. Weak domestic prices caused by ample supplies, weak demand and swelling inventories are forcing US gas companies firms to look to Asia to improve their profits. With China, Taiwan, South Korea and…

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