Can Arctic LNG-2 take FID next year?

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Following the successful start-up of Yamal LNG, NOVATEK is focusing on its next giant frontier project – Arctic LNG-2. The company has set a bold target of FID in 2019, but how realistic is it? To achieve this, technical and commercial unknowns need to be addressed: • Will NOVATEK attract strong partners to support the project? • Will it be able to convince investors about Russian suppliers’ ability to deliver technical solutions? • Are there any other hurdles on the way? The upcoming Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) includes attendees from France, Saudi Arabia and others potential investors. We could see a number of agreements signed which will move the project closer to its FID goal.

Table of contents

    • Yamal LNG lays the ground for Arctic LNG-2
    • Strong partners needed to support commercial prospects
    • Technological unknowns are still to be addressed
    • NOVATEK needs to confirm the feasibility of the development concept
    • Extent of localisation needs to be understood
    • State support – how crucial is it?
    • So is Arctic LNG-2 FID in 2019 achievable?

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  • Russian LNG projects in the Arctic
  • Global LNG supply/demand (im)balance

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