While Egypt’s rising gas output will severely curtail its need for LNG imports, it has the potential to significantly boost its LNG exports.
24 April 2018
LNG supplies from the Middle East and Africa are set to increase over the coming years as countries in the region strive to defend their market shares amid growing competition.
20 April 2018
President Donald Trump’s threatened trade war with China looks unlikely to hit fossil fuel exports from the US to the energy-hungry Asian superpower.
11 April 2018
Oman’s upstream gas projects could face delays or be under-utilised as the sultanate has limited scope to significantly boost LNG exports or domestic gas demand.
6 April 2018
Competition between Trinidad and the United States is ratcheting up in Latin America and the Caribbean as both LNG suppliers strive to consolidate their market shares
23 March 2018
Japan could lose its top spot as the world’s largest LNG importer by the end of the decade. But with questions surrounding the outlook for nuclear, LNG imports could remain high.
23 March 2018
Latin America’s growing gas production will promote pipeline gas trading, which is expected to further dampen the region’s appetite for imported LNG.
22 March 2018
Growth in global LPG output in recent years – led by the US – could see the fuel provide an alternative to LNG in the power and industrial sectors.
21 March 2018
Small-scale LNG has had a positive start in Latin America, but competition and cost will be critical for the technology to become more popular.
8 March 2018
The LNG market needs investment in liquefaction capacity to meet projected demand, but the future demand itself depends on the investment being made.
28 February 2018
Kuwait plans to meet its growing gas demand by focusing on boosting domestic gas production, complemented by LNG and gas imports.
26 February 2018
Weak European gas demand could limit the scope for growth in the region’s LNG imports – even in the long term.
23 February 2018
China’s ever-increasing demand for LNG is good news for US exporters of the fuel.
22 February 2018
The underutilisation of Turkey’s gas and LNG import infrastructure could worsen as it moves ahead with projects such as Turkish Stream and TANAP.
16 February 2018
Cheniere has become the first US LNG exporter to sign a long-term deal with China, helping to underpin the development of a third train at Corpus Christi.
14 February 2018
Dubai is looking for alternative sources of energy as its ongoing dispute with Qatar is making LNG less attractive.
29 January 2018
Taiwan has ambitious plans to increase its gas use and change its energy mix. New LNG infrastructure will be essential to meeting these targets.
22 January 2018
Frigid weather is set to continue in the US northeast, which could further delay the start of LNG exports from the Dominion Cove Point plant.
19 January 2018
Although the prospects for Latin America’s LNG demand remain downbeat over the coming years, floating LNG import projects will fare better than land-based terminals.
18 January 2018
Nigeria’s LNG exports and domestic gas consumption will receive support from the government’s policy-based approach to greater commercialisation of the fuel.
22 December 2017