Supply & Demand Outlook

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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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  • Interview with Matthew Hamer, Strategic Development, Solaris Management Consultants
As we head further into 2018, the Canadian gas and LNG industry continues to show signs of development; governments are now better supporting the industry and the growth of LNG demand in Asia provides a strong future market for the country's future exp
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  • Contributed by: Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Head of Gas Analysis, BP
BP’s Energy Outlook 2018 explores different aspects of the energy transition through a range of alternative scenarios.
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  • Contributed by: Manuel Cordoba Mateos, LNG Supply, Union Fenosa Gas
The Iberian Peninsula leads the European regasification capacity with seven plants in operation, six in Spain: Barcelona, Bilbao, Cartagena, Huelva, Mugardos and Sagunto and one plant in Portugal: Sines.
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  • Contributed by: CEDIGAZ News , International association for natural gas , CEDIGAZ
Recent trends in world natural gas demand: The year 2017 still highlights the strong competition between natural gas, coal and renewable energies.
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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: Derek Boulware, Senior Manager of Africa Oil & Gas Advisory, PwC
In today’s tumultuous economic environment with commodity prices, stock indices and exchange rates in constant flux, it probably comes as no surprise that oil & gas companies are taking time to carefully plan the way forward.  After COP21 in Paris
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  • Contributed by: Gavin Sutcliffe, Head of Content, Global Energy Conferences & Gastech
Japan is traditionally respected as one of the world’s most efficient and technologically-advanced societies, embracing an inclusive and responsible approach to economy, society and environment.
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  • Contributed by: Richard Mason, Innovation Project Manager, Scotia Gas Networks
It is clear that the growing Asian market will have a significant impact on Europe.  In a recent speech, Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull explained that it is his vision for Australia to become the world’s number one LNG provider in the next few years. 
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  • Contributed by: Elchin Hasan, Independent Oil and Gas Researcher, A former BP Azerbaijan employee
As known, Azerbaijan is going to export 16 bcm of natural gas to Europe as of 2019-20 from the Shah Deniz II field through TANAP & TAP pipelines.
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  • Contributed by: Dr Anouk Honoré, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
The COP21 meeting held in Paris in December 2015 resulted in an agreement between 195 governments to cooperate to hold global temperature increase below 2 degrees Celsius.
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  • Contributed by: Roberto F. Aguilera, Adjunct Research Fellow, Curtin University
  • Contributed by: Marian Radetzki, Professor of Economics, Luleå University of Technology
This is part one of a two-part article - Much of the world’s future energy consumption growth will come from Asia. For the past several decades, the region has been fuelled predominantly by coal and to a lesser extent oil.
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  • Contributed by: Adrienne Blume, Editor, Gas Processing & Hydrocarbon Processing
The World Bank estimates that approximately 140 billion cubic meters (5 trillion cubic feet) of natural gas is flared annually, resulting in the emission of more than 300 million tons of CO2 to the atmosphere.
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  • Contributed by: Geoffroy Hureau, Secretary General, Cedigaz
According to the latest IGU survey, almost half of natural gas imports are still priced using oil-indexation. For the other half, price is mainly the result of supply and demand on the gas market (“gas-on-gas” pricing).
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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