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LNG short-term trade and price outlook (Q2 2017)

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Report summary

The recent recovery in Japan South Korea and Taiwan LNG imports will come to an end with nuclear restarts in Japan and new coal capacity in each impacting power generation led demand. However Chinese demand continues to boom and there could be upside to our forecast in India. LNG imports in northwest Europe are expected to remain strong through to 2017 and then increase further in 2018 as Europe will need to absorb the growing wall of new LNG supply. Russian attitude towards market share will be a key determinant of price formation in Europe and Asian throughout 2018.

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Supply-demand balances

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

Images

  • Executive summary: Image 1
  • Global LNG supply
  • LNG supply - year-on-year-change
  • Asia net LNG imports
  • Asia net LNG imports - year-on-year change
  • Americas, MENA and European net LNG imports
  • Americas, MENA and European net LNG imports - year -on-year change
  • Global LNG (excl. Northwest Europe) – quarter-on-quarter change
  • Spot prices and shipping differentials
  • Storage inventories*
  • Russian imports

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