Change continues in the LNG industry, but the pace is evolution, not revolution
Several key disruptions have put the LNG industry in a very different situation than was expected 10 years ago. There are new types of players in the market, spot-trading volumes have increased, and global prices have converged. But much remains the same. In a business characterized by large, long-term capital investments, the pace of change has historically been slow.
In our last LNG update two years ago, we highlighted that the industry was in a period of transformation towards liquid trading markets; here, we review the current picture and outlook, as well as implications for market participants.
Released: December 2017
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