World LNG Market Trends & Prospects Discussed in Updated Study Published at MarketPublishers.com
26 Mar 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Recent changes in the global LNG industry including Japanese nuclear disaster, recession in Europe, delays in Australian and African supply, the US liquefaction plans, raising concerns of shale gas, Europe nuclear phase out plans in tandem with emergence of new markets are forcing companies and investors to reformulate their investment and LNG strategies. Worldwide, twelve countries including Australia, Papua New Guinea, the US, Russia and Venezuela are planning new terminals. If all the scheduled liquefaction terminals are realized, the industry will have supply capacity of 555 metric tons per annum (mtpa) by 2020.
Updated study “Global LNG Markets (2012) - Trends, Outlook and Business Prospects to 2020” delivered by LNGReports provides an all-encompassing analysis of the world LNG market dynamics, covering:
- 70 trends and challenges in 6 regional LNG markets along with forecasts;
- key events in 2011 LNG industry;
- annual forecasts of liquefaction/regasification capacity, LNG exports/imports, contracted/spare capacity, fleet number and count, capital investment and competitive landscape;
- current status, investment details, start-up of all planned LNG;
- planned annual capital investment forecast;
- details of all active and planned contracts;
- competitive landscape and market structure including company wise LNG capacity forecasts to 2020 for top five companies in each region;
- scope of small scale LNG;
- emerging liquefaction and regasification markets.
Global LNG Markets (2012) - Trends, Outlook and Business Prospects to 2020
Published: March, 2012
Price: US$ 4.000,00
More updated and new studies by the publisher can be found at LNGReports page.