LNG: 2015 in review

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In 2015, the weak market environment and the impending LNG supply glut forced companies to adjust strategies and tactics. Buyers were increasingly uncertain of their demand requirements and exercised more caution in contracting. Sellers had thus started to look further afield to emerging markets in Middle East/Africa and new buyers in Asia. At the same time, the interest in Europe grew as both buyers and sellers looked towards a liquid market in anticipation of a wave of new supply. The impact of low oil prices was particularly acute on the LNG sector as the price of contracted LNG fell in line with oil, which capped the price of spot LNG delivered into Asia.

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This report includes 17 images and tables including:


  • Global LNG exports 2014 vs 2015
  • Global LNG imports 2014 vs 2015
  • LNG exports 2014 vs 2015
  • LNG imports 2014 vs 2015
  • FSRUs in Middle East, Africa, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh
  • FSRUs in South America
  • FID by region
  • Australia LNG exports
  • North East Asia LNG imports
  • FSRU LNG imports
  • Atlantic/Middle East to Pacific trade
  • Asian LNG and NBP prices
  • Qatar LNG exports by destination (y-o-y change)
  • Qatar LNG exports by value and price
  • LNG freight rates vs orders vs deliveries
  • LNG vessel orders in 2015 by employment


  • New regas terminals in 2015

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