Baltic Sea and South East Asia to Lead Small and Medium Scale LNG Growth to 2020 According to LNGReports23 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster
The growing scope of small- mid scale LNG is opening up new markets for natural gas including maritime fuelling, fuel for trucks and off-grid customers in addition to traditional usage of natural gas. In particular, markets like China, the US and Indonesia have strong demand for gas from remote (limited pipeline connectivity) areas and have strong dependence on small and medium LNG plants. Countries in Baltic Sea, South East Asia and Americas are planning to invest in the infrastructure.
New “Global Small and Medium Scale LNG - Baltic Sea and South East Asia to Lead the Industry Growth to 2020” is a comprehensive report from LNGReports on small and medium LNG industry. The report evaluates the scope of industry growth amidst MARPOL act, diversified usage of gas and supply, regulatory and technical challenges. It also identifies the markets with immediate and long term demand for small LNG terminals. Further, the research work identifies the feasibility of development in these markets and the possible scope of growth. The research also identifies potential investment opportunities along with latest industry trends and drivers. In addition, all operational and planned LNG terminals along with their complete details are included in the report.
Global Small and Medium Scale LNG - Baltic Sea and South East Asia to Lead the Industry Growth to 2020
Published: February, 2012
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Small Scale LNG is increasingly emerging as an effective solution to transport natural gas where pipeline transportation is infeasible. Small terminals, with capacities less than 250 tonnes per day, provide strong solutions in countries with minimal transport infrastructure (road/railway/pipelines). Further, for long distance transport also, these terminals prove efficient alternatives.
From 2000 to 2011, the total small and medium scale LNG capacity increased by 58%. Further, with the widening scope of the industry, the global capacity will increase further by 60% between 2011 and 2015.
Small scale LNG is poised to grow in several parts of the globe including Baltic, Black Seas, South East Asia, Trinidad and Tobago, Finland, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Scotland, Netherlands, Singapore, China, Australia, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Nigeria.
More information can be found in the report “Global Small and Medium Scale LNG - Baltic Sea and South East Asia to Lead the Industry Growth to 2020” by LNGReports.
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