More Supply & Demand Outlook

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  • Interview with Marshall Berg, Environmental Consultant, Eagle Environmental Services Inc
As reported in the BP Energy Outlook 2018, the world energy demand is forecast to grow by 1.3% from 2016 to 2040
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  • Contributed by: Michael Mao, Senior Market Analyst, Sublime China Information (SCi99)
In the past several years, China’s LNG industry advanced at an unstoppable pace. The five-year average growth rate of the domestic LNG production capacity is 36% and that of the LNG import is 15%.
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  • Interview with Dave Tulk, Principal, Gas Processing Management Inc
As the global LNG industry continues to grow year-on-year, the market is experiencing an influx of new gas players.
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  • Contributed by: EnerNOC's Intelligence & Analytics Team, Information Technology and Services , EnerNOC
New pipeline and other infrastructure projects that are planned or in development will create easier access to domestically produced natural gas throughout the US, which will enable increases in supply over the long term.
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  • Contributed by: Mark Simons, Head of Global Gas Trading, Maersk Oil
For the gas industry, I believe there are four notable trends which will take place and develop in 2018: 1 - Increasingly dynamic gas pricing
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  • Contributed by: Guy Broggi, Former Senior LNG Advisor, Total SA
The views expressed are the author’s own, and do not reflect any position on behalf of his former company.
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  • Contributed by: Zach Allen, President, Pan EurAsian Enterprises
2017 turned out to be a very good year for LNG buyers, prices having dropped dramatically from earlier highs, and with every prospect that they would stay that way for a while.  The trade press was full of articles about the “glut” of LNG supplies.  So
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  • Contributed by: Edi Saputra, Senior Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. It consists of 10 countries, with a combined GDP of US$2.8 trillion, making it the 6th largest economy in the world.
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  • Contributed by: Clyde Russell, Asia Commodities & Energy Columnist , Thomson Reuters
The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters. Graphic of China's LNG imports - view the table here.
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  • Contributed by: Andrew Walker, Asia Pacific Reporter, Interfax Europe
Interfax Energy - Thailand is set to import 36 mtpa of LNG by 2030, up from around 2.9 mtpa in 2016, as gas domestic production is set to decline rapid
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Canada’s determination to get LNG exports under way as quickly as possible has been highlighted in recent weeks by several new initiatives – not least a tour of Asia by the premier of the province British Columbia (BC), Christy Clark .
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The latest report on the status of the LNG industry from GIIGNL (the International Group of LNG Importers) describes 2013 as a “transition year” – marked by the emergence of new trade patterns.
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  • Interview with Martin Houston, Executive Vice Chairman and Co-Founder , Tellurian
The lead story of our last issue described the stand-off between LNG sellers and buyers that was much in evidence at the recent Gastech conference – and the call
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The wide and seemingly persistent differential between oil and natural prices in the US continues to encourage new uses of natural gas in transportation applications.
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The long-running stand-off on LNG pricing between big Asian buyers and their existing and potential suppliers has gone beyond being just a war of words.
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  • Interview with Professor Jonathan Stern, Distinguished Research Fellow and Founder, Natural Gas Research Programme, Oxford Institute of Energy Studies
The Ukraine crisis has highlighted Russia’s importance as an energy exporter. A third of Europe’s gas comes from Russia, which is also seen as a major potential supply source by Asian markets – not least China.
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Asia’s Gas Supply Diversification Faces Challenges 
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Asian countries should prioritize the role of gas as an energy source and ensure that the region does not allow coal to dominate energy provision, Maarten Wetselaar, Acting Upstream International Director at Shell, said in his executive keynote address