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Global LNG long-term outlook H1 2016

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14 July 2016

Global LNG long-term outlook H1 2016

Report summary

Global gas fundamentals have shifted considerably in recent months. This is now creating a 'lower for longer' outlook for LNG spot pricing, both in the Atlantic and Pacific, and placing downward price pressure on existing and future long-term contracts. Critical to this is the outlook for LNG supply and demand. The global LNG market is entering a period of extended oversupply. We expect that between 2016 and 2021 we could see up to 140 mmtpa of new LNG capacity brought onstream, increasing global supply by 50% – an unprecedented level of growth.

Table of contents

    • Global LNG Supply
      • Pace of new FIDs is slowing
      • Emerging LNG buyers are essential to offset decline in traditional markets
      • Review of key LNG markets
      • Guide to the downloads
      • Notes

Tables and charts

This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Liquefaction capacity v. LNG demand (2000-2035)
  • LNG Final Investment Decisions (FIDs) by region (2004-2016)
  • LNG demand (2000-2035)

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