November 2016, Vol. 243, No. 11

Features

‘New World Order’ Re-shaping Natural Gas Storage 

As the International Energy Agency (IEA) observed in June, dramatic changes are underway in the world’s natural gas trade. Thanks to shifting demand patterns, suppliers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from producing countries such as the U.S. and Australia increasingly will need to look for new homes for LNG beyond traditional major destinations such as Japan and South Korea, IEA noted. The expansion of the global LNG trade, coupled with growing demand for dispatchable electricity generation, translates into increased opportunities for natural gas storage operators, according to HSB Solomon Associates LLC. The Dallas-based consulting firm contends gas storage players will need to develop an

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