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Naturgy Is Said to Consider Sale of Liquefied Natural Gas Unit

(Bloomberg) — Naturgy Energy Group SA is weighing a sale of its liquefied natural gas unit, according to people familiar with the matter.

The Spanish energy company has been approaching potential suitors, including industry peer Repsol SA, about a deal for the LNG assets since the first half of the year, the people said.

Interest from Repsol and others has so far been lukewarm amid slumping oil and gas prices, the people said, asking not to be identified as the talks aren’t pub…

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