For sale: fixed price LNG



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Report summary

A challenge for LNG fixed pricing offers is the current oil and LNG price outlook. Several Asian LNG buyers have highlighted the a fixed price offer of $8/mmbtu really doesn’t look that attractive. But fixed price LNG could be attractive to LNG into power projects in emerging markets. 

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Table of contents

    • Fixed price offer is at a premium to recent Asian LNG prices
    • A challenge for fixed pricing LNG offer is the current oil and LNG price expectations
    • Fixed pricing could offer index diversification but creates risk of being out of the money
    • The fixed pricing offer makes some legacy US LNG supply deals look expensive
    • Fixed price LNG improves prospects for gas to into power
    • Gas plants are cheaper to build but more expensive to run than alternatives
    • Portfolio LNG suppliers have an advantage compared to pre FID LNG projects

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  • For sale: fixed price LNG: Image 1
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  • Fixed price LNG vs oil indexed deals
  • Cumulative CAPEX and OPEX of a single power plant burning fixed price LNG or coal without CO2 tax

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