Singapore and the rise of small markets

With new capacity and facilities set to commission, Singapore is moving forward as a regional trading hub. This will help emerging markets in Southeast Asia to expand With new capacity and facilities set to commission, Singapore is moving forward as a regional trading hub. This will help emerging markets in Southeast Asia to expand.
By Catriona Scott 25 September 2017 0 27664
Merlion Park, Singapore Singapore is pushing ahead with its physical and pricing hub ambitions. (Max Felner/unsplash.com)

Singapore’s government is pushing forward with its ambitious LNG import and hub development plans, which are necessary to help ensure security of supply for the country’s future energy market as it becomes increasingly dependent on LNG imports. As domestic demand rises and the development of secondary gas trading is realised, the country will be positioned to be a physical and pricing hub for the region. This increase in hub capacity and activity, with greater and more flexible supply in the region will also support the...

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