Singapore exchange sees itself as the natural home of LNG trading
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) said it
foresees screen trading of its nascent liquefied natural gas to
commence in 2017 if sufficient liquidity builds.
The Singapore Exchange outlined in a new
whitepaper on LNG the next steps in the exchange's quest to
solidify its role as Asia’s energy trading hub and
said it expects LNG screen trading to start in 2017 after the
further development of its gas SLInG index
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