glng has run up quite a bit in the past 12 mos, so some pull back is not a surprise. still the lng as fuel and its transport are in early stages, so longer term one could expect upside. About the new lng ships and upstarts, i do think there is something of a barrier to entry as it does take considerable expertise to run an lng shipping company. I also not with interest the major joint venture Japan is doing with eca. No doubt they want to secure nat gas supply to sell in North america and convert to lng to bring to Japan. glng looks like a buy on a pull back, although what is the best entry point?