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Gas Market Developments in the Asia Pacific Region

The Asia Pacific Region Has Been at the Center of Some of the Major Trends That Have Been Driving International Gas Trade Over the Past Decade. But its Oil-Linked Prices, Forced up by High Oil Prices and Reinforced by Tight Asian Market Conditions...
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Western Canada Natural Gas Forecasts and Impacts (2015-2035)

The Western Canada Natural Gas market provides significant economic benefits in terms of GDP contributions and job creation to Canada. Natural gas is produced mainly in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. This study shows that over the..
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Capacity Development & LNG Trade under Shale Gas & Demand Uncertainly...

Recent supply security concerns in Europe have revived interest into the natural gas market. Here, we investigate investment behavior and trade in an imperfect market structure under uncertainty in both supply and demand. We focus on 3 uncertain...
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Global Market Trends: Our Gas Industry in the Context of a...

LNG is supplying 15% of the global demand and is playing a key role on most markets. Gas demand increases after 2020 due to regulation against coal, nuclear phasing out and need for flexible back-up for renewables...
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Navigating Uncertainty: Qatar’s Response to the Global Gas Boom

Over the last decade, Qatar has emerged as the world’s leading liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter. However, the country faces formidable challenges and direct competition from the shale gas boom. First, a changing landscape in global gas markets...
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Why LNG Exports Must include a Strategy for Europe

The growth of LNG liquefaction over the next five years will outstrip the growth of regasification, the industry is starting to question where the additional production is to be consumed. This is an examination of Europe must be part of these plans.
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World LNG Report – 2015 Edition

LNG trade reached 241.1 MT in 2014, a 4.3 MT increase over 2013 levels. This marked the second highest year for LNG trade on record, just short of the 241.5 MT traded in 2011. Higher supply was underpinned by the start-up of PNG LNG in Papua New...
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An Overview of the World LNG Market and Canada’s Potential for...

Provides an overview of the global liquefied natural gas trade and examines the potential for future growth in this market. We also examined prospects for Canada’s entry into the market, and included the factors driving this market entry.
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Natural Gas: Entering the New Dark Age?

Many in the natural gas industry view the rise in the share of natural gas in the global energy mix as inevitable. However, this industry optimism is not reflected in the approach of policymakers. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets provide an...
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The Impact of Lower Gas and Oil Prices on Global Gas...

The aftermath of warmer than normal 2013/2014 winters in Europe and Asia, evidence of slowing Asian LNG demand growth through 2014 and the collapse of the oil price in late 2014 has resulted in a painful ‘new normal’ for key players in the global gas

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The Death Spiral of Coal in the USA

Despite the death spiral for U.S. coal turning slower since 2016 due to sustained world demand, there is no doubt that it will continue...

USA Energy Outlook Q1 2019

Since the U.S. became a net exporter in 2017, domestic prices have not responded significantly despite a ten-fold increase in natural gas net exports,...

Asia Gas Hub: To be or not to be?

Factors driving the creation of an Asian gas hub. Competition among Asian ports. The emergence of a Chinese gas hub? Source: Dr Kaho Yu