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Bangladesh LNG long-term outlook 2017: all set to start importing

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Report summary

Bangladesh plans to begin importing LNG for the first time in Q2 2018, once Excelerate’s 3.8-mmtpa FSRU at Moheshkhali is built. A second regas terminal – Summit Power’s 3.8-mmtpa FSRU – is also under construction in Moheshkhali. Although we expect Bangladesh's gas demand to grow marginally between 2017 to 2020 before flattening, the need for LNG imports is being driven by the impending decline in domestic gas production, which Wood Mackenzie expects to happen after 2017.

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

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  • Executive summary: Image 1
  • Breakeven cost stack of potential LNG supplies into market
  • Bangladesh gas supply-demand balance (2017-2035)
  • Map of Bangladesh regas infrastructure
  • Contracted volumes versus LNG demand

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