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Australasian LNG ramp-up: risks and opportunities

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07 March 2014

Australasian LNG ramp-up: risks and opportunities

Report summary

Eight LNG projects are under construction in Papua New Guinea and Australia, with first LNG expected in H2 2014.  However, ongoing construction challenges will see the start-up dates and volume ramp-up from many of the projects delayed. For the companies involved in Australian LNG projects the implications of any delays are mixed, and some suppliers and offtakers will be forced to turn to the wider market for additional volumes.

Table of contents

    • Australasian LNG ramp-up will be slower than anticipated at FID
      • Quantifying the Impact of project delays and slower ramp-up
      • Some issues are common across all Australian projects

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Australasian LNG ramp-up: risks and opportunities: Image 1
  • Australasian LNG ramp-up: risks and opportunities: Image 2
  • Chart 2: WM H1 2014 Australasian LNG shortfall compared to expectations at FID*
  • Australasian LNG ramp-up: risks and opportunities: Image 4
  • Chart 4: Top twelve buyers of new Australian and PNG LNG in 2019

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