Global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Developments 2015

Global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Developments 2015

New Supply Options from the United States and Australia Positioned to Transform Global LNG Landscape

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19-Nov-2015
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Research Code: K010-01-00-00-00
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This study highlights the market trends that have triggered global LNG industry growth. Global natural gas demand is likely to increase at a growth rate of 2%, driven by Asia-Pacific with countries such as Japan, China, and India absorbing high volumes of LNG. With the glut of natural gas supply in Australia and recent developments in US shale gas production, LNG trade will expand tremendously. Going forward, Frost & Sullivan forecasts this market to become a buyers’ market, where LNG prices will be linked to both crude oil and Henry Hub gas prices. The base year used for analysis is 2014; forecasts run 2015 to 2025.

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Key Findings

Gas Consumption by Sector

Gas Trade Model to Change by 2020

Global Developments in LNG Market

Global LNG Trade Matured Significantly in Last Few Years

Historical Market Developments that Influenced Global LNG Trade from 2009 to 2014

Historical Global LNG Consumption Status

Robust Energy Growth in Asia-Pacific

Japan is the Largest LNG Export Destination

Growing Economic Market in China

India Poised to Depend on LNG Imports to Meet Gas Demand Outlook

Historical Global LNG Supply Status

Qatar—‘Powerhouse of LNG Supply’

A Weak European Market Yields Slow Growth Rate of LNG Imports

Europe Remains Highly Dependent on Piped Gas Imports

US Role Reversal from LNG Importer to LNG Exporter

US Shale Gas Revolution Restructuring Country’s Gas Market Scenario

Low Natural Gas Prices Make US an Attractive Market

Global LNG Trade Map

Major LNG Demand Drivers

Major LNG Supply-side Risks

Global Gas Demand to Rise Sharply as Consumers Switch to Cleaner Energy Fuels

Global LNG Consumption to See Steady Upward Trend

Strong Global LNG Demand Likely by 2025

Emerging Markets in Asia-Pacific will Drive LNG Demand Growth

Asia-Pacific LNG Demand to See Slight Slowdown

Japanese LNG Market Forecast

Japan Remains Target Market for LNG Suppliers

Chinese LNG Market Forecast

Emergence of China as the Largest Importer of LNG

Indian LNG Market Forecast

India Characterized by Dwindling Domestic Gas Production

Major Gas Consumption Trends in Europe

New Market LNG Demand

New Liquefaction Capacity to Increase Supply Options

The US Gas Market Scenario to Transform

Potential Opportunity for US LNG Exports

US LNG Projects to Commission by End of 2015

US LNG Prices Provide Flexibility in the Global LNG Price Model

Possible Delay for Proposed US LNG Exports

Australia will Surpass Qatar as the Prime LNG Supplier

Australia’s Capacity Addition is Likely to Increase LNG Supply in the International Market

Australia to Increase its LNG Supply Portfolio

Viability Challenges for Australian LNG Export

Qatar to Face Stiff Competition

Colossal Gas Reserves in East Africa

LNG Development Moving at a Slow Pace in Canada

Canadian LNG Projects with NEB Approval as of May 2015

Wave of New LNG Supply

Traditional LNG Price Model to Undergo a Revision

LNG Delivered Costs to Japan from Different LNG Supply Sources

Advantages and Challenges of LNG Supply Producers

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This study highlights the market trends that have triggered global LNG industry growth. Global natural gas demand is likely to increase at a growth rate of 2%, driven by Asia-Pacific with countries such as Japan, China, and India absorbing high volumes of LNG. With the glut of natural gas supply in Australia and recent developments in US shale gas production, LNG trade will expand tremendously. Going forward, Frost & Sullivan forecasts this market to become a buyers market, where LNG prices will be linked to both crude oil and Henry Hub gas prices. The base year used for analysis is 2014; forecasts run 2015 to 2025.
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Author Rasholeen Nakra
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