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Global LNG supply tracker: bumper winter send out expected

Global LNG supply tracker: bumper winter send out expected

Report summary

Global LNG production grew by 3.3 Mt in Q3 16 to 66Mt. Ramp up of new trains at Sabine Pass in the US plus GLNG and Gorgon in Australia, increased send out into the market. Australian production in particular had a strong quarter increasing 26% on Q2. We expect global production to grow by a further 3% in Q4 (from Q3), as new facilities at Angola LNG, MLNG Train 9, APLNG Train 2 and Gorgon Train 2 ramp up. Included in the report are the latest updates on global LNG supply and expected start-up dates for projects under-construction. It is complemented by a global LNG supply spread sheet with country granularity.

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  • Key data
    • Australia – 15 Mt added to output in 2016, another 16 Mt to come in 2017
    • Brunei – sultan of swing
    • Papua New Guinea – model performer
    • Indonesia – what goes up must come down
    • Malaysia – first FLNG nearing start-up
    • Russia – steady as she goes
    • Peru – watch feedgas availability
    • Key changes to Middle East supply
    • Qatar – exports don't go as far as they used to
    • Oman – waiting on (20)18
    • UAE – old exporter, new importer
    • Yemen – restart unlikely
    • Key changes to Atlantic supply
    • Algeria – pipeline exports look more attractive
    • Equatorial Guinea – compression gains
    • Angola – train back on track
    • Egypt – exporting again
    • Trinidad – production to fall below 10 Mt in 2017
    • US – full steam ahead (until next summer)
    • Norway – same again in 2017

In this report there are 13 tables or charts, including:

  • Key data
    • Global LNG supply
    • LNG supply - year-on-year change
    • Global LNG supply
    • Q4 LNG supply tracker updates
    • Global LNG supply and y-o-y changes 2005 - 2017
    • Global LNG supply tracker: bumper winter send out expected: Image 5
    • Projects under construction
    • Asia-Pacific annual supply
    • Asia-Pacific quarterly supply
    • Middle East annual supply
    • Middle East quarterly supply
    • Atlantic annual supply
    • Atlantic quarterly supply
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