Global LNG: 2013 Mid-year Review

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23 August 2013

Global LNG: 2013 Mid-year Review

Report summary

The LNG business has already reached a number of milestones in the first half of 2013, including two new trains coming online and first imports to Singapore, Malaysia and Israel. Through the first half of 2013, demand in the Pacific basin has remained elevated while a decline in European imports has been offset by record-high imports in Latin America.

Table of contents

    • US and Russian supply get a governmental boost
    • while Asia-Pacific projects continue to make progress
    • and there were plenty of developments in other emerging plays
    • but near term supply growth is still constrained.
    • The future of nuclear power is uncertain in northeast Asia
    • and higher gas prices in China will allow for more imported LNG
    • but will have to compete for cargoes against new entrants Singapore and Malaysia.
    • Imports into Europe are down 25%...
    • compensated by a big increase in Latin American imports
    • and other new importers continue to emerge.
  • Shipping

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Figure 5: LNG vessel orders so far in 2013
  • Figure 6: Japanese LNG tonne-mile demand vs spot/short-term freight rates
  • Figure 1: Top five proposed North American supply projects
  • Figure 2: Asia Imports H1 2012 vs H1 2013
  • Figure 3: H1 12 vs H1 13 European imports by market
  • Figure 4: H1 12 vs H1 13 imports by regional market

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