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OVERSUPPLY: Dr Fesharaki says the Japanese and South Korean LNG markets are declining, while China is flat. Photo: Matthew Galligan

LNG oversupply could lead to ‘blood on the battlefield’

The global LNG market could soon be in sharp oversupply, with Australia contributing about a third of that excess in what will become a buyers’ paradise, an international expert says.

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