The rationale for Colombia's LNG import-export strategy

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Colombia will become a net gas importer by 2017. Domestic demand is growing and concerns over weather-driven power demand have prompted the government to evaluate LNG imports.Promigas is developing Colombia's first LNG regasification terminal, Cartagena de Indias LNG, on the Caribbean coast.  At the same time, Pacific Rubiales Energy and Exmar are building the world's first floating LNG export project, La Creciente FLNG.  

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  • La Creciente FOB breakeven v. gas price options
  • Gas sales (2004-2023)
  • Existing gas and power infrastructure in Colombia
  • Colombia gas balance (2000-2030)
  • Colombia gas trade (2010-2030)
  • LNG spot prices v. domestic gas price

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