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Asian buyers on the future of LNG (and the World Cup winner)

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12 June 2014

Asian buyers on the future of LNG (and the World Cup winner)

Report summary

Wood Mackenzie held its annual Global Gas & LNG forums in Tokyo and Beijing in May 2014.   As is tradition, we asked attendees to complete an anonymous questionnaire to gauge the mood of LNG buyers on key global gas questions such as the scale of US LNG exports and levels of future Asian buyer HH exposure.  With the World Cup kicking off on June 12th, we also asked who Asian buyers were backing to lift the trophy – Wood Mackenzie accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of these predictions!

Table of contents

    • There is a growing expectation of US exports
      • Q: Wood Mackenzie forecasts that the US will have 80 mmtpa of LNG capacity from 8 projects by 2025. What do you think?
    • The expected role of Henry Hub in LNG pricing is also growing
      • Q - What proportion of Asian LNG buyer portfolios will be linked to HH by 2030?
    • East Africa out, Canada in, with some Russian LNG included
      • Q - Who will be producing the most LNG by 2025?
    • Domestic market changes
    • FIFA World Cup
      • Q - Who do you think will win the 2014 World Cup?
    • Tokyo and Beijing Gas Forum presentations

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  • Asian buyers on the future of LNG (and the World Cup winner): Table 2
  • Asian buyers on the future of LNG (and the World Cup winner): Table 1
  • Asian buyers on the future of LNG (and the World Cup winner): Image 1

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