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Singapore's next LNG procurement model update


Singapore's next LNG procurement model update

Report summary

On 25 February 2014,  during the official opening of the Singapore LNG terminal, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced  that the process to appoint the next LNG importer will take place by June 2014.  Additionally, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) published its final determination paper detailing the two-stage process .  Finally, details were also revealed on Singapore‚Äôs spot LNG import policy, piped gas import policy and the development of a secondary gas market. 

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  • How will the next procurement model be structured?
    • Incremental LNG demand will be modest pre-2020
    • Buyers will face difficulties in the two stage process
  • What is the spot credits system?
  • A second LNG terminal for supply security and trading capacity

In this report there is 1 table or chart, including:

  • How will the next procurement model be structured?
    • LNG demand forecast
  • What is the spot credits system?
  • A second LNG terminal for supply security and trading capacity
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