Global LNG production fell by 1Mt in Q2 16. Although new trains at GLNG and Gorgon were added in Australia and Cheniere enjoyed a strong ramp up at Sabine Pass Train 1, a seasonal fall in deliveries from producers in the rest of the world led to a small reduction in global production versus Q1. Production should remain steady for most of H2 16. We expect global production in Q3 to be the same as Q2 (64.2 Mt), and forecast a 4% quarter on quarter rise in Q4 to 66.8 Mt. 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.