The US and Australia are ramping up LNG production and the market was expected to be oversupplied by now. The excess LNG was supposed to go to Europe, but it has not happened yet.
Understanding the reason is key for trading the LNG market, as well as regional gas hubs.
Join Argus as we discuss:
- What happened to the LNG wave?
- Why Egypt’s transformation back to LNG exporter might trigger the wave
- How floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) change the LNG demand picture
- What are LNG prices looking like in 2017 and beyond?