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US LNG - when will EPC costs decline?

US LNG - when will EPC costs decline?

Report summary

Construction costs have become central to the timing of the next wave of US LNG. In a low oil price environment, potential offtakers are more focused on lowering the costs of US LNG to ensure its competitiveness in the global market. Yet costs have been increasing.

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  • Executive Summary
    • The costs of US LNG development
      • EPC costs - no two are exactly the same
      • US LNG EPC costs, like industrial EPC costs, are rising
      • US LNG costs are not all about EPC costs

In this report there are 4 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive Summary
    • Chart 1. US LNG capital costs (US$ billion)
    • Chart 2. US LNG capital costs (US$/tonne)
    • Chart 3. Gulf Coast gas industries capex
    • Chart 4. US gas industries capex
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