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Susan Sakmar

Contributor since: 26 Sep 2016

Susan Sakmar

Susan L. Sakmar is a visiting law professor at the University of Houston Law Center where she teaches a course on Shale Gas & LNG.  She also consults on various aspects of global natural gas and LNG markets.  She is the author of an award-winning book on the global LNG industry, ENERGY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY:  OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG), which is available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/1849804214. 

Latest articles from Susan

  • Can U.S. LNG Compete With Qatar, Australia?

    Published 18 May 2017 | viewed 21,115 times

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    Published 28 September 2016 | viewed 24,676 times

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