LNG: 2016 in review

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26 January 2017

LNG: 2016 in review

Report summary

In 2016, a wall of LNG came online – 8 trains, with capacity of 34 mmtpa were commissioned – in Australia, the US and Malaysia. However, growth in actual supply was more modest, with supply increasing 5.5% to 264 mmtpa. Supply increases, created a more bearish price environment, with Asia spot LNG hovering around $4.5/mmbtu at times during the first half of 2016

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This report includes 12 images and tables including:

  • LNG: 2016 in review: Image 1
  • LNG supply by country in 2016
  • LNG imports by country in 2016
  • Combined FSRU imports v selected countries
  • FSRU imports by country, 2016
  • LNG prices – Asia contract, Japan LNG spot, NBP
  • LNG freight rates vs orders vs deliveries
  • LNG vessel deliveries vs fleet growth
  • Australian LNG exports
  • NE Asia LNG imports
  • Middle East and Indian sub-continent LNG imports
  • Sabine Pass LNG exports by destination

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