Middle Eastern Liquefied Natural Gas

Middle Eastern Liquefied Natural Gas

RELEASE DATE
23-Sep-2016
REGION
South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Research Code: 9AAE-00-46-00-00
SKU: EG01658-SA-MR_18901

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The study highlights the transformation of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market in the Middle East. As a hub of oil and gas, some Middle Eastern countries are experiencing low production levels of gas. This lack of availability of domestic gas has stimulated LNG imports in some Middle Eastern countries. With new LNG suppliers such as the United States and Australia, the Middle East is expected to sign long-term LNG contracts in the coming years to cater to the increasing gas demand. In addition, the study analyzes Middle Eastern countries with abundant available gas that are exporting globally. Qatar has been the largest LNG supplier worldwide; however, with new competition from the United States and Australia, Qatar's supremacy will be challenged.

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Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Global Proved Natural Gas Reserves

Middle Eastern LNG Market Overview

Middle Eastern Proved Natural Gas Reserves

Middle Eastern Primary Energy Mix

Middle Eastern Gas Production

Middle Eastern Gas Production (continued)

Middle Eastern Gas Exports Market

Middle Eastern Gas Exports Market (continued)

Middle Eastern LNG Exports

Middle Eastern Gas Consumption

Middle Eastern Gas Consumption (continued)

Middle Eastern LNG Demand

Middle Eastern LNG Imports

Middle Eastern LNG Imports (continued)

Developments in the Global LNG Market

Market Developments that Influenced Global LNG Trade from 2010 to 2015

LNG Demand—APAC

LNG Consumption—Japan and South Korea

Wave of New LNG Supply

Shale Gas Boom—United States

LNG Supply—Australia

LNG Market—Europe

LNG Supply—Qatar

Qatar—Powerhouse of LNG Supply

Qatar to Face Stiff Competition

LNG Development—Iran

LNG Development—Saudi Arabia

LNG Developments—UAE

LNG Developments—Kuwait and Bahrain

LNG Developments—Jordan and Lebanon

Middle Eastern LNG Supply Forecast

Middle Eastern LNG Supply Forecast (continued)

Middle Eastern LNG Demand Forecast

The Middle East to Change from LNG Net Exporter to LNG Net Importer

Conclusion

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The study highlights the transformation of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market in the Middle East. As a hub of oil and gas, some Middle Eastern countries are experiencing low production levels of gas. This lack of availability of domestic gas has stimulated LNG imports in some Middle Eastern countries. With new LNG suppliers such as the United States and Australia, the Middle East is expected to sign long-term LNG contracts in the coming years to cater to the increasing gas demand. In addition, the study analyzes Middle Eastern countries with abundant available gas that are exporting globally. Qatar has been the largest LNG supplier worldwide; however, with new competition from the United States and Australia, Qatar's supremacy will be challenged.
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Author Rasholeen Nakra
Industries Energy
WIP Number 9AAE-00-46-00-00
Keyword 1 Liquefied Natural Gas
Keyword 2 Middle East Liquefied Natural Gas
Keyword 3 liquefied natural gas in the Middle East
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