April 2014, Vol. 241 No. 4


North American LNG Exports Effect On Global Gas

Natural gas industry commentators, bulls and bears alike, know and agree on one thing for certain – North America will export LNG. This is most likely to occur by 2016 from the Sabine Pass terminal. Where opinions differ concerns how much LNG will be involved, where it will go, what price it will bring and what it will mean in the context of the wider gas market. In the face of so much uncertainty, nobody can predict the future path of global gas markets with total confidence. However, in its proprietary World Gas Model, Nexant is able to offer its clients a powerful tool to analyze all the “what ifs?” that need to be answered. This article describes just one

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