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01 February 2018

Southeast Asia gas and LNG: what to look for in 2018

Report summary

Southeast Asia has enjoyed economic growth levels of 5% over the past decade, and the outlook for the region is robust. As the region grows richer, energy demand is booming, leading to buoyant gas and LNG markets. Gas players in the region are looking to expand infrastructure and secure new volumes, while the governments are adjusting their policies. Key things to look for in Southeast Asia's gas and LNG markets in 2018: Indonesia: Indonesia's PERTAMINA and PGN to merge Malaysia: will competition in gas markets happen?  Thailand: EGAT could be Thailand's next LNG importer Singapore: time to sign up for new gas and LNG supply Vietnam: will red tape continue to hinder regas plans? Philippines: will the onshore regas project miss its window of opportunity

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  • [Malaysia] Will competition in gas markets happen?
  • [Thailand] EGAT could be Thailand's next LNG importer
  • [Singapore] Time to sign up for new gas and LNG supply
  • [Vietnam] Will red tape continue to hinder regas plans?
  • [Philippines] Will the onshore regas project miss its window of opportunity?

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