North American LNG

The impact of shale gas on global energy markets is now well known, but this paper looks to extend the analysis by assessing the likely longevity of the trend and the potential breakeven cost for deliveries to Europe and Asia. Using an updated analysis of the shale gas potential in the US, the author will look to not only describe the continuing development of US LNG export potential but to assess its future impact on the existing major markets in Europe and Asia as well as on developing markets in South America and Africa. It will attempt to place US LNG within the competitive context of future LNG supply globally and to assess its continuing transformational impact on price formation and price levels for gas across the world.

By: Howard Rogers

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Gas , Gas Programme

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