Ahead of the World Cup in Russia this summer, the host nation, plagued with a series of grave international accusations, does all it can to clean up its tainted image and reassert its prowess, not only on the soccer field, but in the gas fields too. Gas has always been Russia’s trump card, but with the world opting more and more for liquefied natural gas (LNG), Russia continues to dismiss it, insisting that its pipeline gas is competition-proof.
“Now that attitude is gone. Russia is trying to catch up with the leading LNG suppliers and the success of [the Russ...
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