Hoegh LNG FSRU at jetty
Special Report

The outlook for FSRUs and flexible LNG

As rising domestic demand outstrips existing sources of gas supply in emerging markets, countries are taking advantage of the more flexible options that FSRUs have to offer.

Report summary

Interfax Global Energy teamed up with MJM Energy, a training and consultancy firm, to explore the outlook for FSRUs at a breakfast seminar in London on 28 November.

The seminar, which was attended by delegates from consulting firms, the investment community and the international majors, looked at the changing role of FSRUs and their ability to meet rising gas demand in emerging markets that have diverse demographic and economic challenges, and distinct geographical and climatic conditions. 

Using case studies from India, Myanmar, Indonesia and elsewhere, the seminar explored the optimal configuration of FSRUs compared with land-based regas and small-scale alternatives.

Our latest special report, The Outlook for FSRUs and Flexible LNG, explores the changing role of FSRUs as new solutions are sought in the face of increasing demand for gas.

Table of contents

  • Three FSRUs find homes for the winter
  • Demand for FSRUs outstrips supply
  • Smaller scale in vogue as LNG market diversifies
  • India – flexible LNG is the key to growth
  • Myanmar’s energy issue – Mind the gap

Tables, maps and charts

This report includes 10 charts, maps and tables including:

Charts

  • FSRU vessels committed and on order

Table

  • Planned and proposed FSRU projects

Maps

  • FSRUs around the world
  • Myanmar gas infrastructure

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