ExxonMobil in Talks with Possible LNG Buyers

Friday, July 18, 2008

ExxonMobil Corp. has started marketing gas from its planned liquified natural gas project in to potential buyers.
Discussions with buyers began this month, according to a representative from the company who told the South East Asia Australia Offshore Conference in .
ExxonMobil is marketing the gas on behalf of project partners, which include Oil Search Ltd. (OSH.AU).

Source:  Dow Jones

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