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.
Contributed by: ZachAllen, 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
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.
Contributed by: MatthewSecomb, Partner, White & Case LLP
Long-term LNG contracts with price review clauses continue to dominate the Asian LNG market. The pricing in those contracts remains predominantly oil-based. The evident reason for that is the absence of a reliable price signal for LNG itself in Asia.
Contributed by: LucyCullen, Senior Research Analyst, Global Gas Supply, Wood Mackenzie
The LNG supply profile is changing. LNG output is higher at cooler ambient temperatures, a consequence of the liquefaction process, and new projects are coming onstream in areas with greater climatic variation.