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BG warns major gas supply challenges need to be overcome

New sources of gas are poised to flood the market and depress prices. But major supply challenges need to be overcome, writes Damon Evans

The emergence of potentially significant new supply sources in the US, Canada and East Africa, has led to a belief that a wave of gas will flood the market and depress prices. But major supply challenges have to be overcome before surging global gas demand can be met, BG Group warned. The emergence of potentially significant new supply sources in the US, Canada and East Africa, has led to a belief that a wave of gas will flood the market and depress prices. But major supply challenges have to be overcome before surging global gas demand can be met, warned. The UK-based gas player has stakes in proposed export ventures in all three of the rapidly emerging hubs. But, Martin Houston, BG's chie

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