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Argentina LNG long-term outlook November 2012

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22 November 2012

Argentina LNG long-term outlook November 2012

Report summary

Argentina has one of the most gas-intensive economies in the world, with natural gas accounting for over half of the country's primary energy supply. Following the economic crisis in 2001 the government introduced very low regulated end-user gas prices. While the measures stimulated demand, they stifled investment in the domestic upstream sector and resulted in supply shortfalls emerging.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
    • Network infrastructure and overview
    • Current LNG status and access
    • Future LNG terminal development
    • Current pipeline status and access
    • Current pipeline status and access
    • Future international pipeline development
    • Gas storage
    • Gas demand profile
    • Gas demand outlook
    • Relative position of LNG in the current market
    • Indigenous production
    • Piped contracts
    • LNG contracts
    • Argentina gas export contracts
  • Key companies
    • How are gas prices set?
    • What is happening going forward?
    • Price Indicators
    • Transportation tariffs
    • Regasification tariffs
    • Third party access

Tables and charts

This report includes 21 images and tables including:

  • Executive summary: Table 1
  • Infrastructure: Image 1
  • Indigenous gas supply and demand outlook
  • Supply-demand balances: Table 1
  • Historical LNG imports
  • LNG seasonality
  • Firm and additional contracted supply and demand
  • LNG import terminals
  • Import and export pipelines
  • Gas demand by sector 1990 - 2025
  • Infrastructure: Table 3
  • Gas demand seasonality
  • LNG demand outlook
  • Supply-demand balances: Table 2
  • Contracts: Table 1
  • Contracts: Table 2
  • Contracts: Table 3
  • Contracted LNG supply position versus available re-gas capacity
  • Gas price estimates
  • Historical gas prices
  • Breakeven cost stack of potential LNG supplies into market

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