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LNG in Brazil: from swing supply to long-term solution


LNG in Brazil: from swing supply to long-term solution

Report summary

Factors shaping the outlook for LNG in Brazil include: the scale and management of hydro power; regional Southern Cone gas dynamics including future Bolivian gas imports; domestic gas supply including gas reinjection requirements for the ongoing world-class oil development programme; future exploration success of both offshore and onshore unconventional resources; and the potential future role of gas storage.

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  • Hydro output looks set to make LNG demand more volatile
  • Bolivian pipe import reductions will create more headroom for other gas options
  • Optimal reinjection rates in the pre-salt will impact domestic gas supply availability
    • More appraisal is needed for technical discoveries
  • The pace of exploration both offshore and onshore is uncertain
  • Without gas storage, LNG provides necessary long-term flexibility

In this report there are 6 tables or charts, including:

  • Hydro output looks set to make LNG demand more volatile
    • Chart 3: Gas demand for power variability (2008-2025)
    • Chart 4: Hydro capacity growth (2008-2025)
  • Bolivian pipe import reductions will create more headroom for other gas options
  • Optimal reinjection rates in the pre-salt will impact domestic gas supply availability
    • Chart 5: Gas supply available to market (2010-2025)
    • Chart 6: Gas supply by source (2010-2025)
  • The pace of exploration both offshore and onshore is uncertain
  • Without gas storage, LNG provides necessary long-term flexibility
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