Through its emerging role in the global energy space, U.S. liquefied natural gas supports security for South Korea, a State Department spokesman said. U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Diplomacy Sandra Oudkirk hosted South Korea Minister for Foreign Affairs and Energy Kwon Sei-joong to discuss how energy could strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries. Vincent Campos, a spokesman for the State Department’s Bureau of Energy Resources, told UPI during the weekend that Oudkirk assured her South Korean counterparts that liquefied natural gas from the United States was available for Seoul under U.S. policies. “And in our new dominant role in the energy sector, the United States actively shares our successes with our partners and […]