April 2013, Vol. 240 No. 4

Features

World FLNG Market Forecast 2013-2019

Increasing gas demand, coupled with the requirement for short- to medium-term import solutions, has seen the floating regasification sector experience rapid growth in recent years. The industry has grown from the Gulf Gateway unit (2005-2012) to ten operational vessels in 2012. Similarly, the floating liquefaction market is gaining traction with the first base load FLNG liquefaction terminal due onstream in 2016. The emergence of floating liquefaction will drive a significant increase in total global capital expenditure (Capex) over the period to 2019. While expenditure is expected to increase in the existing regasification market, the liquefaction sector is forecast to overshad

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