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Themes for the global energy economy is 2023

The growth in overall LNG supply looks reasonably robust in 2023 with prospective growth of just under 30 bcm, although there are very few new export terminals coming onstream this year. The growth mostly comes from technical issues being resolved at projects in Norway, Malaysia, and the US (Freeport), additional feedgas in Trinidad and Nigeria, and the ramp up of volumes from projects which started up in 2022, such as Calcasieu Pass in the US and Coral FLNG in Mozambique.

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