LNG Ministerial Summit Scores Positive Remarks

Monday, December 22, 2003
International LNG Alliance (ILNGA) Executive Director, David Sweet congratulated Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham on successfully bringing together global leaders from government and industry for the LNG Ministerial Summit. "This historic event will be the catalyst for numerous deals and initiatives that will bring additional supplies of LNG to the United States. The dialogue at the Summit confirms that LNG can play a significant role in meeting U.S. energy demands and help moderate the rise in natural gas prices resulting from tight domestic supplies," according to Sweet. "Secretary Abraham is to be congratulated for his global leadership on LNG," Sweet added. The International LNG Alliance represents companies involved in all facets of the LNG industry. ILNGA members provide a majority of the LNG used in North America. ILNGA works to promote and advance the safe, reliable, cost effective and environmentally sound use of liquefied natural gas and development of LNG infrastructure.
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