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The Importing Country’s Perspective: A Case Study of LNG

  • Hans K. Schneider
  • Walter Schulz

Abstract

This chapter deals with resource-dependence on large-scale projects in one segment of the resource market, namely natural gas. This choice has been motivated by two reasons.

Keywords

Market Risk Political Risk Underground Storage Change Market Condition Contract Risk 
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© David W. Pearce, Horst Siebert and Ingo Walter 1984

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  • Hans K. Schneider
  • Walter Schulz

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