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02 April 2019

LNG 19: Opportunities and challenges facing LNG to power in emerging markets

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Wood Mackenzie's LNG Asia Gas & LNG Research Director, Nicholas Browne delivered this paper at LNG 19, Shanghai on April 3rd. The conference session was entitled 'Drivers for Demand Creation across the world'. Utilising research from our South East Asia Gas and Power Service and Energy Market Services, the paper outlines successful case studies where LNG to power has been implemented and the lessons learnt. It also assesses the potential scale of LNG to power in new importing markets as a means to improve power supply and displace oil fired generation. The full abstract in addition to the power point are available as downloads.

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  • Introduction
  • However, not all power options are always available and the case for LNG against oil still holds
  • Pakistan demonstrates that large scale LNG to power works when it displaces fuel oil
  • Meanwhile, small scale can be economic against diesel but only in specific circumstances
  • Scale of opportunity
  • Summary and conclusion

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