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Europe’s show of strength

Shell seizes top spot in this year’s S&P Global Platts Top 250 Global Energy Company Rankings® -- the first time it achieved the feat in 15 years --  amid shift in LNG flows, demand growth and trade tensions.

Harry Weber, senior writer, natural gas for S&P Global Platts, provides a detailed look into the shifts from 2018. Access the report in our most recent issue of S&P Global Platts Insight magazine, "The changing face of energy".

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