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The long-term prospects for the gas market are looking good, in spite of the current price pressures, the chief executive of Gazprom Export told CNBC.
The natural gas industry has expanded rapidly in the last few years with the U.S. becoming a net exporter of the commodity after discovering shale gas reserves.
All this has boosted the supply of natural gas around the world. Alexander Medvedev, whose company is currently in pricing talks with its European customers, predicted that the company's annual export of natural gas will exceed 160 billion cubic meters, compared with last year's 138.8 billion. Prices have fallen by 15-20 percent since the financial crisis erupted in 2008, but he is confident of an eventual return to health in the market.
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In spite of the rapid expansion in production in the U.S., profit prospects for the shale gas industry are less certain. Industry experts have pointed out that gas rigs need frequent, expensive, updating to continue extraction – and generally have a shorter shelf life than oil wells, for example. This can mean that price falls hit margins.