LNG Regas: European regas proposals summary slides

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15 November 2022

LNG Regas: European regas proposals summary slides

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LNG imports into Europe in 2022 are expected to grow by over 40 mmtpa yoy but the location and availability of existing regas capacity, and connectivity constraints within the European gas network, limit options for European buyers to access LNG. As a result, multiple European countries have announced the intention to install additional regas capacity via new or pre-existing proposals. Germany, The Netherlands, France, and Italy, amongst others, have moved quickly to secure new regas infrastructure as they pivot away from Russian gas. The first wave of new capacity is due online this winter, supported by EU governments accelerating regulatory and environmental approval processes. But commissioning may not be smooth, and some delays are likely. The attached slides provide the latest details on European regas proposals. They will be updated on an ongoing basis as new information becomes available.

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