Global LNG - A Review of 2012

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28 January 2013

Global LNG - A Review of 2012

Report summary

2012 proved to be as dynamic a year as ever for the LNG industry. While unforeseen outages at a number of liquefaction plants resulted in overall trade that was down on 2011, there were landmark events and emerging trends that promise to sustain the industry's reputation for change into the future. The lower overall trade figure for 2012 masks an underlying story of extraordinary demand of nearly 170 million tonnes in the Pacific basin, while imports into Atlantic basin markets plummeted,

Table of contents

    • 2012 in numbers
  • Supply
  • Asia Pacific Markets
  • Europe, American & Middle East Markets
  • Shipping
  • Key Themes for 2013

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Capacity of liquefaction projects taking FID by year
  • Suez Canal LNG Traffic
  • Monthly Japanese Imports - 2012 vs 5 Year Average
  • Asia Imports 2012 vs 2011
  • Monthly European Imports - 2012 vs 5 Year Average
  • Europe & Americas imports 2012 vs 2011
  • LNG Vessel Orders in 2012
  • LNG tonne-miles of Japanese imports vs Freight Rates
  • USA LNG Export Proposals
  • Canadian LNG Export Proposals

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