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Our outlook on the future of the global gas market is informed by detailed market research and continuous tracking of market developments as well as deep on-the-ground expertise across the globe. We forecast gas demand at a regional level and then use our infrastructure and contract outlooks to forecast supply and demand balances, corresponding gas flows, and pricing implications to 2030.
GAS & LNG SERVICES
LNG Sourcing Solution
Analyzes which LNG supplies are available to buyers in the market by linking our latest perspectives on existing LNG projects, positions of portfolio players, and pre-final investment decision LNG projects
Gas Monetization Service
Allows governments and businesses to quantify and break down the impact of a specific gas project on GDP and job growth
LNG Cost Curve
Allows market players to benchmark existing or proposed LNG terminals according to peer performance or breakeven market prices, using McKinsey’s latest view on viability and profitability of the market. Energy Insights has developed cost curves both for existing plants and new projects.
Lift the lid on LNG buyers’ procurement decisions with quantifiable insights from 45 global buyers, representing more than 80% of the global LNG volume movement.
KEY FINDINGS FROM OUR GLOBAL GAS & LNG OUTLOOK
the average Asian spot LNG prices compared to Brent for both 2016 and 2017
when the LNG market rebalancing is expected, driven primarily by lower demand
of global gas demand growth by 2030 will come from China, India, and the rest of Asia
GAS & LNG MODELS
Global Gas and LNG Model
Forecasting capability of supply, demand, infrastructure and resulting global gas flows with flexible scenarios to allow ‘what-if’ analyses
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GAS & LNG INSIGHTS
November 2017 | The decision to close down Rough will wipe out nearly 70% of the United Kingdom’s natural gas storage capacity, which has played a critical role in ensuring security of supply. What are the broader implications of this closure?