February 2019
LNG journal February 2019 LEAD STORY

LNG spot price curve influenced by seasonality and lack of storage

Spot liquefied natural gas prices in Asia are expected to decline as additions to global supply capacity outstrip growth in demand and as oil prices ease. The Asian LNG futures curve suggests a modest tapering in spot prices over 2019 and 2020.

 

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US LNG exports rise until 2030 while pipeline shipments to Mexico start to slow down in 2025

A round-up of latest events, company and industry news

Competition between Russian gas and US LNG should be fought out more in Asian than in European markets

Golden Pass go-ahead will shape the future LNG strategies for Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil

Canadian authorities will seek high-level cuts in methane emissions at LNG plants and other energy installations

January 2019
LNG journal January 2019 LEAD STORY

Prime role forecast for LNG with plant investment of $35Bln a year

Natural gas remains the second-fastest growing energy source after renewables through to 2040, with global consumption seen rising 45 percent and LNG infrastructure investment amounting to $35 billion per annum on average, according to the latest World Energy Outlook from the International Energy Agency.

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Export strategies adapt to changing markets for LNG and pipeline gas transactions

A round-up of latest events, company and industry news

Australia emerges as largest LNG exports with Prelude FLNG start and more to come from Pluto

Experts question suitability of current European norm for construction of large-scale LNG tanks

LNG sector is continuing to change amid growing demand in Latin America and the Caribbean