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Global LNG - FSRU overview 2017

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25 April 2017

Global LNG - FSRU overview 2017

Report summary

Floating Storage and Regasification Units (FSRUs) have been in operation for just twelve years, but have moved quickly from being a specialist niche to being a main-stream solution for potential new regasification terminals. FSRUs have enabled LNG to be rapidly opened up to new markets and lowered the barriers of entry to joining the LNG club. New LNG supply from Australia and the USA, coupled with weak demand from traditional markets has seen the LNG industry enter a period of over-supply. FSRUs provide existing players and new entrants to the LNG market with the opportunity to quickly take advantage of lower LNG prices and availability. FSRUs are faster and cheaper to install than conventional land based terminals. FSRUs reduce the need for upfront capital investment in plant as the floating element of the project can be leased. They also reduce the risk in that the unit can be redeployed elsewhere if not needed or problems arise with the project. 

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Market structure
  • Supply
  • Demand
  • Infrastructure
    • Excelerate Energy
    • Golar LNG
    • Hoegh LNG
    • BW Group
      • Others
  • Costs
    • Gas Quality
    • Capacity
    • Future projects

Tables and charts

This report includes 22 images and tables including:

  • LNG imports (annualized monthly)
  • FSRU imports by country - 2016 (million tonnes)
  • FSRU Fleet
  • Development of floating regas fleet
  • Nominal capacity at floating regas terminals by region
  • Annual LNG imports at FSRU terminals
  • Monthly LNG imports at FSRU terminals
  • Annual LNG imports by FSU terminals
  • Monthly LNG imports by FSU terminals
  • Existing Floating Regas Terminals
  • Floating regas terminals under construction
  • FSRU Fleet Development by Company
  • Excelerate FSRU availability
  • Golar FSRU availability
  • Hoegh LNG FSRU availability
  • BW LNG FSRU availability
  • New LNG importing countries by first terminal type
  • New LNG regasification terminals by type
  • Proposed floating regas terminals - Asia
  • Proposed floating regas terminals - Europe, Africa and Middle East
  • Proposed floating regas terminals - Americas
  • Others - FSRU availability

What's included

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    Global LNG - FSRU overview 2017

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    Executive summary

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    Market structure

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    Key companies

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    Risks and uncertainties

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