Outlook for the Global Gas Balance

The global gas balance is continuously shifting, as demand fluctuates, and new LNG export and import terminals are brought online. Using the OIES Global Gas Model, this research tracks developments in the supply-demand balance, including both ongoing trends in demand relative to the existing supply infrastructure, and likely future developments in terms of both predicted demand and probable availability of LNG based on expected launch dates of new LNG projects, and competing pipeline projects.

By: Mike Fulwood , Jack Sharples

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Gas , Gas Programme

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