If earlier Russia actually ignored the existence of the liquefied natural gas market, now trends are taken into account, conclusions are drawn.
The United States is believed to be a major player in the global liquefied natural gas market. However, this is not true, since Europe is purchasing large quantities of African and Middle Eastern LNG in bulk, and our country is rapidly increasing its own capacity to liquefy gas, which is an important export commodity.
I must admit that so far the share of Russia in the global LNG production is very small, but now we are actively working to ensure that about a quarter of the global LNG market belongs to us. What has already been done by our country in this direction? How can the construction of LNG plants affect the entire Russian economy? Why in the race for "liquid gold" Russia has no right to make a mistake? Watch the next issue, “Time is Forward!” About how Russia entered the global race for the LNG market.