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Singapore gas and LNG - 2016 long term regional outlook

Singapore gas and LNG - 2016 long term regional outlook

Report summary

Singapore is making progress towards realising its regional hub ambitions. This is done through three ways. One way is through increasing liquidity through the launch of the FOB Singapore SLiNG index in June 2015 and a derivative market against this index in January 2016 and announcing plans for a secondary natural gas trading market In October 2015. A second way is through improving infrastructure with SLNG expansions. A third way is through increasing supply by tendering an award for the second LNG import franchise with a 30 June 2016 deadline.

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  • Executive summary
    • Singapore gas market at a glance
    • Expiring Indonesian and Malaysian pipeline contracts makes way for more LNG
    • Second LNG aggregator due to be appointed in 2016
    • Pipeline supply was ~ $3/mmbtu cheaper than LNG in Q1 2016
    • Singapore is expanding its gas infrastructure
    • Singapore is making progress towards realising its regional hub ambitions
  • Economic outlook
  • Policy and regulation
    • Environment and carbon policy
    • Key stakeholders
      • Key offices
      • Ministries/Agencies
      • Key Singaporean companies
    • Energy policy
      • Competition
      • Fuel mix
      • Pricing
      • Gas market regulation
      • Importers
      • Transmission
      • Distribution
      • Terminal use agreement
  • Key companies
    • EMA LNG import franchise
    • Shell
    • Pavilion Energy
      • Pavilion Energy LNG contracts
    • Sembcorp Industries
  • Supply
    • Gas supply availability
  • Infrastructure
    • Gas maps
    • Gas infrastructure: current and under development
      • Import infrastructure
      • Transmission and distribution
    • LNG infrastructure
      • Current regasification terminals development
      • Future regasification terminal development
  • Demand
    • Gas demand overview
    • Power sector
    • Non-power sector
      • Industry
      • Transport
  • Supply-demand balances
    • LNG demand outlook
    • Short term LNG outlook
    • Medium- and long-term LNG outlook
    • Singapore gas balance
      • Singapore gas market balance
  • Prices
    • Current gas pricing trends
      • LNG vs piped gas prices
      • Spot LNG prices will introduce more variability and competition
    • Gas price forecast
    • Upstream gas prices
    • Midstream gas prices
      • Power sector
      • Other sectors

In this report there are 25 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
    • Executive summary: Image 1
  • Economic outlook
    • Economic outlook: Image 1
  • Policy and regulation
    • Singapore‚Äôs energy policy and regulatory structure
    • Major energy legislation
  • Key companies
    • Singapore gas market value chain
    • Pavilion Energy LNG contracts
    • Key companies: Image 3
    • Key companies: Image 4
  • Supply
    • Singapore gas/LNG supply summary
    • Total contracted gas supply: Singapore
    • Singapore gas/LNG supply sources
  • Infrastructure
    • Singapore gas pipeline
  • Demand
    • Singapore total gas demand
    • Power sector gas users
    • Industry sector gas users
  • Supply-demand balances
    • Monthly seasonality
    • Singapore LNG demand
    • Singapore gas balance
    • Sumatra-Singapore pipeline utilisation
    • Natuna-Singapore pipeline utilisation
  • Prices
    • Singapore end-user gas prices versus high sulphur fuel oil (HSFO)
    • Monthly gas prices
    • Gas price outlook to 2035
    • Current gas pricing: imported ORF landed prices
    • Current gas pricing: delivered (2015)*
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