May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

Features

New Horizons in LNG: New Opportunities and Threats in Rapidly Changing Industry

Global gas prices have continued to sink, with European and Asian import prices falling 30% over the last year,[1] and Henry Hub prices reaching a more than 16-year low.[2] So after multiple years of construction and some delays, it has been a less than auspicious year for many of the United States and Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developments to approach commissioning. And with expectations of continued market softness in the short to medium-term, 2016 might be an even worse year to sanction any new liquefaction and export projects. However, LNG investments consist of a large, upfront capital investment with a multi-decadal operational life span – long-term trends are more critic

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