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Global Gas and LNG Flows - Q2 2014


Global Gas and LNG Flows - Q2 2014

Report summary

Higher Atlantic basin LNG production in the first half of 2014 was almost matched by a decline in Middle East production, particularly from Qatar in the second quarter.  Trade however, was boosted by a big increase in Spanish re-exports and the continued flow of Atlantic LNG to the Pacific basin, despite a rapidly declining price arbitrage in Q2 2014.


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  • Introduction
  • LNG Supply
  • Qatari exports
  • Spanish re-exports

In this report there are 6 tables or charts, including:

  • Introduction
  • LNG Supply
    • Global LNG supply: year-on-year change
    • Global LNG supply to Asia-Pacific markets
  • Qatari exports
    • Monthly Qatar LNG supply (Jan-Jun)
    • Qatar LNG supply by importing region
  • Spanish re-exports
    • Spanish power generation by selected source
    • Spanish LNG trade (monthly)
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