Algeria's tightening gas balance threatens exports



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With its North African counterpart Egypt facing gas shortages and a dramatic shift in its gas trade position Algeria has been given a stark warning of the dangers of a gas market at breaking point. Historically Algeria's gas resource has been sufficient to meet domestic demand as well as export commitments. However over the mid term to 2020 rising domestic demand and risks to production will cause the gas supply demand balance to increasingly tighten presenting a risk to exports.

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  • Historic domestic demand vs. exports (2008-2014)
  • Algerian gas exports under various demand scenarios
  • Algerian gas exports by source (2010-2014)
  • Algerian gas demand outlook by sector (2010-2020)
  • Wood Mackenzie forecast vs. CREG demand scenarios (2010-2019)

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