06 September 2016
Visiongain’s definitive new 851 page LNG Yearbook 2016: The Ultimate Guide to Liquefied Natural Gas Infrastructure 2016-2026: Capex Forecasts For Large-Scale Onshore Liquefaction Plants (Export) & Regasification (Import) Terminals, FLNG, FPSO, FSRU Vessels, Small-Scale LNG Bunkering, Fuelling, Satellite Stations & LNG Carriers GTT No. 96, T-Mark III & Mark III Flex, Moss Rosenberg & SPB Technologies indicates that the global LNG infrastructure market including large and small scale, FLNG and carriers will experience a Capex of $73.2bn in 2016..
The lead analyst of the report commented: “The bulk of US and Australian LNG exports will come online by 2020-2021, at which time any further developments are likely to be more incremental, both for domestic political reasons and because of demand saturation. The upsurge in liquefaction capacity is expected to be matched by growing regasification capacity. However, the facts that China’s growth prospects remain significantly below earlier expectations and that Japan is restarting some of its nuclear power capacities point toward an oversupplied market. These factors, paired with already historically low oil prices, create further downward pressure on LNG prices and the spread between importing and exporting markets.”
The 851 page report contains 622 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the LNG market. Visiongain provides annual capital expenditure (CAPEX) and capacity forecasts for the period 2016-2026 for the global market, as well as for the large and medium scale infrastructure, small-scale LNG, FLNG and LNG carrier markets. Forecasts are also broken down into large and medium liquefaction and regasification, LNG FPSO and FSRU vessels, small-scale liquefaction and regasification, LNG satellite stations, LNG bunkering facilities and LNG fuelling facilities while the LNG carrier forecast is divided into GTT No. 96, T-Mark III & Mark III Flex, Moss Rosenberg and SPB technologies.
The report also includes market forecasts and analysis for 30 national LNG markets, and gives country outlooks for 53 countries. The forecasts and analysis incorporate extensive primary and secondary data-driven economic, social, and political trends.
The report gives a detailed account of the factors that led to the 2014 oil price collapse, factors that presently exert downward pressure on the price, and a forecast for a future oil price. The report analyzes how this impacts the LNG price, incorporates research into Capex and capacity trends in the overall LNG industry (onshore and floating as well as small-scale and carriers). It details technical issues and recent developments in technology. The report outlines how these factors will impact LNG infrastructure spending until 2026.
A detailed global chapter is provided on each of the LNG infrastructure submarkets included in the report, including large-scale onshore, small-scale LNG, floating LNG and LNG carriers.
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