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The new reality for Central Asian gas

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In 2014 more Central Asian gas was delivered to China than to Gazprom for the first time. With Gazprom cutting its purchases the dependence on the Chinese market could already be of concern. Slower Chinese demand growth is compounding this anxiety. Moreover in the current low oil price supplies are struggling to compete with LNG in coastal China. Central Asian gas production will grow over the next decade but regional governments are under pressure to find alternative monetisation options.

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  • Central Asian gas production: 2005-2025
  • Central Asian gas production: 2005-2025, by market
  • China gas demand and growth rate (2011-2019)
  • 2015 delivered cost comparison at US$60/bbl Brent (Shanghai, US$/mmbtu)
  • Piped gas and LNG price competitiveness (Shanghai-delivered): 2014–2015
  • Existing and new LNG contracts to China: 2015-2019

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