The LNG Industry in 2013

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Report summary

Global supply rose slightly in 2013 to around 242 mmtpa. This was due to a rise in exports from the Middle East, as Qatar produced above nameplate capacity. Demand in Asia and Latin America continued to grow, forcing trade patterns to evolve and keeping LNG traders busy diverting volume into higher paying markets. The FID on the 16.5 mmtpa Yamal LNG in December was the most eye-catching development, making 2013 the most significant year for project sanction since 2005.

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Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
    • There were major developments in US approvals and contracting, but timelines are slipping...
  • Regas Infrastructure
    • Asian demand continued to drive growth...
  • Shipping
  • Long Term Contracts
  • Appendix

Tables and charts

This report includes 8 images and tables including:


  • The LNG Industry in 2013: Table 1
  • The LNG Industry in 2013: Table 2


  • Capacity of LNG project taking Final Investment Decisions (FIDs) by Year
  • The LNG Industry in 2013: Image 2
  • Global LNG Exports
  • Global LNG Imports
  • Spot/Short Term LNG Vessel Charter Rates
  • LNG Fleet Development

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