What’s ultimately important is the landed cost. Anything that comes before is about as important as what I had for breakfast today – nobody gives a damn. That’s the nature of a commodity. As soon as it’s in the market – it loses its tag. If you can deliver at the price the market is ready to give you, welcome. If you cant, hard luck. There is no such thing as a fair price so let’s stop talking about it.
Cutting the operating cost of an LNG export facility is increasingly a key parameter for driving competitiveness in an ever more globalized sector, top LNG industry officials said Tuesday.