The LNG industry is entering a period of rapid growth,
with world LNG supply forecast to almost double by 2025,
new FLNG technology about to enter service and LNG due
to overtake pipeline gas as the dominant form of international
The MJMEnergy LNG Supply Handbook provides detailed information on the LNG supply industry over the period 2015 to 2035. Information provided includes:
- An analysis of world LNG demand forecasts for the period 2015-2035
- The MJMEnergy LNG Supply Outlook for the period 2015-2035
- Detailed profiles and LNG supply forecasts of 28 current and future LNG supplier countries
- Detailed information on LNG facilities and contracts
Research and analysis has been carried out by MJMEnergy staff and reviewed by external experts to give a well rounded view of expected outcomes.
This analysis has been undertaken in the belief that LNG supply countries should not be analysed in isolation but rather holistically. Therefore our approach has integrated a country-by-country analysis with a detailed study of the global market and its developing trends and drivers, providing you with an in-depth understanding of LNG supplies 2015-2035.
Introduction to LNG
This clearly written report provides a helpful background to the world LNG industry with early chapters describing the global LNG supply chain, an analysis of LNG supply and demand and the MJMEnergy LNG supply forecast 2015-2035 with a discussion about the future of LNG
61 Accurately drawn maps
Carefully researched maps bring the reader up-to-date with the current LNG export situation showing existing and proposed liquefaction facilities, regasification terminals, oil and gas pipeines and in some cases the extent of gasfield exploration.
113 Clearly laid out tables
Tables showing existing, under construction and planned LNG export facilities in each country give details of LNG production and storage capacity, gasfields, plant expansion, shareholders and contractual agreements. Proposed LNG projects are categorised according to high, medium or low probability of success and timings of capacity additions provided.
Easy to follow detailed graphs
Over 120 graphs provide comparative data of production and export from existing and future facilities as well as local gas demand. LNG export forecasts to 2035 and other useful material to help build a clear picture of each country's potential.