Supply & Demand Outlook

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  • Interview with Dr Anita Orban, Vice President, Tellurian
With the demand for gas ever increasing in Europe, the market is looking for gas via a variety of import options, pipeline and LNG.
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  • Interview with David Dickson, President & CEO, McDermott
Ever since the shale revolution in the U.S., the natural gas industry has been completely revolutionised. With supply and demand both still growing globally, there is vast potential within both emerging and established markets.
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  • Interview with Doris Hafenbradl, CTO & Managing Director, Electrochaea
Natural gas is competing in a complex and rapidly changing environment, which is why it is crucial for the industry to look at technical innovations which are shaping the energy landscape of tomorrow. 
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  • Contributed by: Antonio Melcón, General Manager, Cepsa Gas Comercializadora
The European gas industry is fast entering a new era alongside global gas markets as the world shifts towards a decarbonised economy.
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  • Contributed by: Miaoru Huang, Senior Consulting Manager – China, APAC Gas and LNG, Wood Mackenzie
LNG trucking continues to play a major role in meeting demand in China.
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  • Interview with Sheikh Mohamed Althani, Chairman, Mohajl Group
The industry has recently seen the European gas demand rebound following a previous downward trend. The question being asked now is, what are the drivers of this and will they continue?
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  • Contributed by: Jean-Christian Heintz, Director, Wideangle LNG
In 2017, global LNG trade increased by nearly 10%, the strongest growth in a decade. Arguably, the LNG market is expanding both in size and complexity. But can we expect more diversity?
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  • Interview with Phil Germuth, Mayor, District of Kitimat
As Canada’s natural gas and LNG industry continues to keep gas players on the edge of their seat; so far in 2018, the market has welcomed some very positive developments which could drastically change Canada’s industry as we know it.
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  • Contributed by: Lukas Geležauskas, Business Developer, Klaipėdos Nafta
Lithuanian LNG import levels are consistently among the lowest of the LNG importing countries due to the limited size of the Lithuanian gas and by extension, the LNG market.
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  • Interview with David Keane, President & CEO, BC LNG Alliance
With the new tax incentives put in place by the British Columbian government, LNG projects are now beginning to show signs of strong growth and development. As stated by Mr Keane in the
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Meeting the world’s growing need for energy will require investment of more than $48 trillion between now and 2035 – posing a major challenge to governments to come up with policy frameworks that encourage private investors to commit to new supply proj
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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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  • Contributed by: Massimo Di-Odoardo, VP, Global Gas & LNG Research, Wood Mackenzie
The last 18 months have been transformational for the LNG industry. After years of concern about oversupply, improved market dynamics mean that this fear has reduced.
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LNG is one of the fastest-growing energy markets worldwide, with LNG trade projects to nearly triple, from 12 trillion cubic feet, between 2015 and 2024 according to the
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The CEDIGAZ report "Medium and Long Term Natural Gas Outlook 2017", looks at the developing role of natural gas as a key transition fuel towards an increasingly renewable-based, effi