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Singapore gas markets long-term full report 2015

Singapore gas markets long-term full report 2015

Report summary

Singapore is pushing ahead with LNG on all fronts. More than 30 companies have located gas and trading operations in the country and the numbers are growing. We also see increased corporate activity with Trafigura striking a deal to lease capacity with the SLNG regas terminal while the Port Authority of Singapore is working to introduce LNG bunking by 2017.

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  • Executive summary
    • Data summary
    • Market overview
      • The EMA has short listed four companies to compete for the next LNG import licence
      • SLInG launched to create an Asia LNG pricing marker
      • LNG imports remain high despite lower piped gas prices
  • Economic outlook
  • Policy and regulation
    • In this section:
    • Key stakeholders
      • Key offices
    • Energy policy
      • Competition
      • Fuel mix
      • Pricing
      • Gas market regulation
      • Importers
      • Transmission
      • Distribution
      • EMA LNG import franchise
      • Terminal use agreement
  • Key companies
    • Pavilion Energy
    • Sembcorp Industries
  • Supply
    • In this section:
    • Gas supply availability
    • Contracted gas
      • Supply from South/Central Sumatra
      • Supply from Natuna Sea
      • Supply from Peninsular Malaysia
      • Supply from SLNG
    • Uncontracted gas
      • Potential uncontracted supply from South/Central Sumatra
      • Potential uncontracted supply from Natuna Sea
      • Potential uncontracted supply from Peninsular Malaysia
    • Yet-to-find gas
  • Infrastructure
    • In this section:
    • Gas maps
    • Gas infrastructure – current and under development
      • Import infrastructure
      • Transmission and distribution
    • LNG infrastructure
      • Current regasification terminals development
      • Future regasification terminal development
  • Demand
    • Singapore gas demand
    • Singapore gas demand (power)
    • Singapore gas demand (nonpower)
  • Supply-demand balances
    • LNG demand outlook
    • Short term LNG outlook
    • Medium and long term LNG outlook
    • Singapore gas balance
    • Singapore gas market balance
  • Prices
    • In this section:
    • 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
    • Singapore gas demand
    • Singapore gas market balance
  • Economic outlook
    • GDP Forecast - Singapore
    • Economic indicators
  • Policy and regulation
    • Singapore’s energy policy and regulatory structure
    • Singapore gas market value chain
    • Major energy legislation
  • Key companies
    • Sembcorp Industries financials (2014)
    • Sembcorp Industries business lines (2014)
  • Supply
    • Total contracted gas supply - Singapore
  • 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
    • Monthly gas imports
  • 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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