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08 January 2020

Eni LNG corporate

Report summary

Eni is targeting ambitious growth in its LNG portfolio. In 2019, it announced its plan to almost double its LNG portfolio from 8.8 mmtpa in 2019 to 16 mmtpa by 2025, an increase of 6 mmtpa over its previous target. We expect such rapid growth to come organically, with the sanctioning of upstream supply into existing projects and new plant facilities alike. The step-up in its LNG ambitions is reflective of the other European majors, who are all increasing the share of gas and LNG in their portfolios. Eni’s rapid LNG growth is also a response to its lack of geographic diversity – Europe dominates its gas and LNG trading, accounting for 82% of its sales in 2018. Furthermore, the majority of this was from pipeline sales. With the major gas growth markets in Asia, coupled with some scenario uncertainty on European gas demand, the pivot to LNG is a pivot towards flexibility and towards greater sales in the Pacific basin.

Table of contents

  • SWOT Analysis
  • 2019 review
  • Eni is ramping up its LNG ambitions as seeks to internationalise its gas business
  • Exploration success has provided Eni with LNG growth opportunities
  • A stake in Qatar would see Eni move into the big league of LNG players
  • Europe dominates Eni’s gas and LNG portfolio
  • The expiry of pipeline contracts will allow Eni to pivot towards LNG – offering greater flexibility
  • Eni’s successful efforts on sourcing supply will need to be matched on sourcing buyers
  • The ambitions are big, but so are the challenges
  • Post-FID Contracted Supply
  • Pre-FID Supply Options
  • Contracted Pipeline Supply
  • Committed LNG
  • European gas marketing
  • Flexible LNG and Regas Capacity
  • Regas
    • Eni LNG Contract Pricing
    • WACOG and WAPOG
    • Market of Last Resort
    • Gas into LNG and liquefaction capacity
  • Regas Capacity
  • Contracts

Tables and charts

This report includes 16 images and tables including:

  • Eni in 2019 - increases LNG portfolio ambitions through its own equity
  • Fig 1. Contracted LNG Supply (mmtpa)
  • Fig 2. Committed LNG (mmtpa)
  • Fig 3. Eni's Flexible LNG (mmtpa)
  • Fig 4. Eni's Regas Capacity
  • Fig 5. Eni Supply Contracts
  • Fig 6. Eni Committed Sales
  • Fig 8. Shipping Capacity
  • Fig 9. Shipping requirments
  • Fig 10: Regas terminal details
  • Fig 11: Contract details
  • Fig 7. WACOG and WAPOG
  • Table 1: Eni's Upstream supply to LNG Liquefaction Plants
  • Fig 8. Gas into LNG working interest (mmcfd)
  • Figure 9: Effective Liquefaction Capacity by Equity (mmtpa)

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