Natural gas supply is set to rise incrementally in the coming years, before jumping in 2025, analysts told CNBC. But analysts are divided on whether demand will continue to outstrip supply in years to come. “This will be a crisis that is reoccurring over the next three or four years, simply because we don’t have a lot of new natural gas supply coming into the market in that period,” said Richard Gorry of JBC Energy Asia. James Whistler of Simpson Spence Young, however, sees the gas crunch as a short-term issue. The liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal at the Yangshan Deepwater Port in Shanghai, China, on

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