Domestic LNG business set to take off after being given up for dead; here is what is fueling hope

The domestic LNG business, which has not been able to take off due to unaffordable price of imported gas, seems set for a revival as suppliers have begun to agree to renegotiate long-term contract prices, and smaller production units — apart from large consumers such as fertilisers, power and cit


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