India's GAIL Signs Three Time-Swap Deals for US LNG

India’s GAIL Signs Three Time-Swap Deals for US LNG


India’s state-owned gas company, GAIL (India) Ltd has signed three time-swap deals with global companies to sell some of its previously contracted US liquefied natural gas (LNG) in an attempt to cut costs for home consumers.   While disclosing this in its Annual Report, GAIL said that under the deals,…

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India born Tara Malhotra is a senior freelance energy writer with experience of more than two decades. He has worked for many international Oil, Gas and Energy publications. He holds a bachelor degree in Science and Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication. He has also worked as a news photographer for many international publications. Currently, he lives and works in Sydney, Australia.

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