LNG-and-the-future-of-energy LNG-and-the-future-of-energy LNG-and-the-future-of-energy

Global natural gas report Q2

Global gas supply is set to remain tight in 2023 as incremental LNG supply won’t be enough to offset the expected drop in Russia’s piped gas deliveries to the European Union. The United States will account for over half of incremental LNG supply in 2023 to become the world’s largest LNG exporter. Improving feedgas availability in Africa remains an uncertainty in our outlook. China’s LNG imports returned to double-digit growth, supported by a recovery in internal demand. Nevertheless, the country’s LNG imports are expected to remain below their 2021 levels.

This report is for subscribers only Start with a FREE 30-day trial and then save up to 22% with an annual subscription. Get instant access to over 1,700 reports. Cancel anytime.
FREE TRIAL
Already a subscriber ? Log in

Related Posts

Trending Posts

Recent Post

Welcome Back!

Login to your account below

Retrieve your password

Please enter your username or email address to reset your password.

Energise Your Wednesday!

SIGN UP to receive our weekly newsletter with new LNG market reports, presentations & analysis. EVERY WEDNESDAY!