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Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016


Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016

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“Global gas and LNG themes” selects some current events and factors of relevance to the global gas and LNG market. It is available to subscribers of our Global Gas Service and draws on Wood Mackenzie’s comprehensive research. 

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This Gas Markets Insight report highlights the key issues surrounding this topic, and draws out the implications for those involved.

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  • Q4 2016 - Global gas and LNG themes
  • To drill or not to drill? Australia’s CSG-LNG question
  • US gas drilling is showing signs of recovery
  • FLNG making an impact
  • The growing impact of LNG supply seasonality
  • Egypt: from major LNG exporter to importer
  • FSRUs overtake China’s LNG imports
  • The development of new importers will provide a boost to an oversupplied LNG market
  • Pakistan has serious LNG import ambitions
  • European regas access continues to offer flexible market
  • With North-west Europe regas capacity booked up, attention will shift to emerging importers in peripheral Europe
  • OPEC deal means higher LNG import prices
  • LNG contract prices fell through 2016
  • US LNG output – costs, markets, and offtakers suggest different utilization risks across terminals
  • Sinking costs make LNG trade more buoyant
  • Japan’s power utilities under pressure
  • Qatargas and RasGas to merge
  • Young dragons: China’s gas players are investing overseas
  • Gazprom exports to Europe hit a new record in 2016

In this report there are 19 tables or charts, including:

  • Q4 2016 - Global gas and LNG themes
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 1
  • To drill or not to drill? Australia’s CSG-LNG question
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 2
  • US gas drilling is showing signs of recovery
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 3
  • FLNG making an impact
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 4
  • The growing impact of LNG supply seasonality
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 5
  • Egypt: from major LNG exporter to importer
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 6
  • FSRUs overtake China’s LNG imports
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 7
  • The development of new importers will provide a boost to an oversupplied LNG market
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 8
  • Pakistan has serious LNG import ambitions
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 9
  • European regas access continues to offer flexible market
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 10
  • With North-west Europe regas capacity booked up, attention will shift to emerging importers in peripheral Europe
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 11
  • OPEC deal means higher LNG import prices
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 12
  • LNG contract prices fell through 2016
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 13
  • US LNG output – costs, markets, and offtakers suggest different utilization risks across terminals
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 14
  • Sinking costs make LNG trade more buoyant
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 15
  • Japan’s power utilities under pressure
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 16
  • Qatargas and RasGas to merge
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 17
  • Young dragons: China’s gas players are investing overseas
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 18
  • Gazprom exports to Europe hit a new record in 2016
    • Global gas and LNG themes - Q4 2016: Image 19
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