May 2015, Vol 242, No. 5

Features

Prepare Now for Uncertain LNG Future

Natural gas trade in the Asia is growing 5.6% per year, and while the region is currently dominated by LNG, pipeline natural gas is set to grow at a CAGR of 23% between 2012 and 2020. Moreover, a new wave of LNG is expected from Australia and the United States, depending on how factors such as Asian demand, oil prices, and North American and Australia exports play out. Pipeline trade within the Asian region is minimal compared to LNG trade because of the limited pipeline infrastructure connecting net exporters with net importers. Similarly, the largest consuming natural gas markets of Asia are internally fragmented as a result of a still-developing gas infrastructure (China) and a depende

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