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Algeria's tightening gas balance threatens exports


Algeria's tightening gas balance threatens exports

Report summary

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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  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • Domestic gas demand growth will be robust through 2020
    • Power demand growth will be the key driver of gas demand growth
    • Smaller-scale growth from direct users of gas will add further demand upside
  • Delays to crucial projects in the southwest will limit domestic supply over the mid-term
  • Algeria's tightening gas balance will put exports at risk

In this report there are 5 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
    • Historic domestic demand vs. exports (2008-2014)
  • Domestic gas demand growth will be robust through 2020
    • Algerian gas demand outlook by sector (2010-2020)
    • Wood Mackenzie forecast vs. CREG demand scenarios (2010-2019)
  • Delays to crucial projects in the southwest will limit domestic supply over the mid-term
  • Algeria's tightening gas balance will put exports at risk
    • Algerian gas exports under various demand scenarios
    • Algerian gas exports by source (2010-2014)
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