Norton Rose Fulbright assesses key industry and geopolitical events that have shaped the current LNG market.
Global Maritime Vryhof and Deep Sea Mooring look at the challenges of mooring and anchoring operations for floating LNG industry projects.
In the current shifting LNG market, there is a trend towards greater short-termism, fed by competition from an increasingly wide variety of supply side participants.
King and Spalding’s Richard Nelson outlines where he considers to be the best LNG demand growth prospects.
Claudio Rodriguez, Enagás, Spain, discusses small scale and LNG bunkering challenges in Southwest Europe.
John White and Robin Mizrahi, Baker Botts LLP, look at five critical issues for LNG to power projects.
Ryan Schleicher, Joran Cove LNG, expects long-term contracts that expire over the next 10 years to be replaced with spot or mid-term contracts.
Mangesh Pantankar, Galway Group, expects deregulation to have a limited impact on long-term LNG demand.
Although the global gas market may be descending into the tunnel of oversupply, Timera Energy suspects that this tunnel is shorter than many people think.
With the price differential between oil and LNG sending mixed signals to the market, is the time right to look at small scale LNG?
Timera Energy looks at how the global market will clear the evolving gas glut and how this will impact the evolution of pricing dynamics and the gas market investment cycle.
Mark Adeosun, Douglas-Westwood, UK, explains why the Middle East is set to lose its market share in spite of increased export capacity.
Quorum Business Solutions discusses the software that automates LNG commercial operations at Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass LNG export facility in the US.
Alexander Harsema-Mensonides, Braemar, USA, looks at how the role of LNG is changing from wholesale to retail markets.