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Changes in LNG seasonality: the growing impact of weather

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24 October 2016

Changes in LNG seasonality: the growing impact of weather

Report summary

The LNG supply profile is changing. The gas liquefaction process is sensitive to temperature and the greater geographic spread of new LNG projects means weather will increasingly drive the seasonality of LNG supply. Impacts will vary but most striking is growing risk in Asia-Pacific, particularly in the winter. However, greater risk brings some opportunities as well.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 9 images and tables including:

  • Table 1: Combined impact of a 1 °C change in ambient temperature on LNG output
  • Map 1: Average annual temperature variation (ºC) and LNG plant location
  • Changes in LNG seasonality: the growing impact of weather: Image 2
  • Map 2: Seasonal LNG flows
  • Changes in LNG seasonality: the growing impact of weather: Table 2
  • Chart 2: Seasonal LNG supply shape of traditional LNG projects
  • Chart 3: Seasonal LNG supply shape with new projects
  • Chart 5: Share of Asia LNG from local suppliers
  • Chart 6: Asia-Pacific LNG demand by season

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