Find us on:. Tsvetana is a writer for Oilprice. More Info. The markets of crude oil and liquefied natural gas LNG in Asia are currently awash with fuel. Yet, futures prices pointed to different market situations in oil and LNG as winter approaches. Before last week, the closely linked crude oil and LNG markets in Asia were in opposite situations , despite the fact that supply is currently outstripping demand for both commodities.
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The Biggest Oil Producers in Asia
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Asia accounted for more than 9. The region was led by China and India, the world's fourth and 20th biggest oil-producing nations, respectively. In recent years, Asia's share of world oil production has been on a slow but regular decline. This is primarily a consequence of flat regional oil production during a period of rising overall global output. In the five years from to , Asian oil output rose slightly from about 8. While a number of countries in the region have discovered large new reserves, others face declining production from aging oil fields. Consequently, analysts expect recent production trends to continue for the region as a whole.
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