The LNG market is set to increase by 50% between 2015 and 2020. As new supplies come online, spot gas prices will fall and new floors will be tested.
Corporate dynamics in the LNG industry are shifting. Shell’s acquisition of BG, an influx of new entrants in the market and a climate of uncertainty are increasing the demand for flexible LNG.
Wood Mackenzie's new LNG Corporate Service offers insight into the LNG strategy and assets of 12 of the key players including GDF Suez, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Qatargas, Shell, BP, Gas Natural Fenosa, BG, Petronas, RasGas, Eni and Total providing accurate assessments of flexible LNG supply within each portfolio, and outlining the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats faced by each company. In addition, the service provides benchmarking of the main players and demonstrates how they will use their portfolio to drive value over the next decade.
The service consists of:
- 12 company reports
- Benchmarking report
- Various insights and informs on relevant topics
Use the LNG Corporate Service to:
- Analyse how LNG players will use their supply, market access and shipping to create value
- Evaluate options for LNG procurement, marketing and trading
- Screen LNG portfolio player positions and strategies
- Clarify and bring focus to competitor's strengths and weaknesses
- Benchmark against peer performance
- Gain a corporate perspective on emerging trends in the LNG market
In other LNG news..
Cheniere Energy prepares for the first shipment of LNG out of the US. Read the full story here. With the Shell/BG merger also front of mind, Zhi Xin, Analyst for Asia Pacific LNG research, looks at recent LNG flows within BG's portfolio - specifically from its new Australian Queensland Curtis LNG project within the Pacific offtake from its legacy Equatorial Guinea position in the Atlantic.
Read about our outlook for LNG and learn about corporate players positions and strategy in our latest blog: The stakes are high as LNG players plan their next move.