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Webinar: 2017 LNG Outlook: U.S. Gas Demand Moves Offshore

Receive a Forward Look at What's Ahead for the LNG Market

This webinar has already taken place on Wednesday, February 22 at 2:00PM ET.

Join Genscape’s Natural Gas team for an educational webinar that takes a current and forward look at the LNG domestic and global landscape. In 2017 will see big changes in the LNG markets, so it’s important to stay informed with real-time, proprietary information. This webinar looks at current and future infrastructure, the spot trading boom, future prospects, new trade routes, competition, and buyers and more!

The presentation is followed by a live Q&A session, during which our expert analysts addressed any questions raised before and during the webinar.

Topics covered in this webinar:  

Current Construction and Future Prospects

  • New trains coming online: Cheniere Sabine, Dominion Cove Point
  • Future projects: Financial and regulatory status
  • DOE export ceiling to rise; FERC process streamlining

New Trade Routes

  • Cheniere Sabine merchant LNG to the world
  • Shipping to Asia, Middle East, Europe and South America
  • Demand patterns: Tracking winter/summer seasonality

New Competition, New Buyers

  • U.S. and Australian exports to surge in 2017
  • FSRU the new buyer; spot demand
  • Floating Storage contango play for seasonality?

Spot Trading Boom

  • GOM global LNG trading hub
  • The role of capacity only charges and no destination clauses
  • Spot and forward swaps:  Capacity resales
  • Global index: CME/NYMEX and ICE; cleared contract GOM

Support Infrastructure Capacity Expansion

  • Pipeline expansion to move Marcellus to GOM LNG terminals
  • LNG exporters contracted pipeline capacity
  • Equity production contracted upstream

Genscape's North American LNG Supply and Demand Report, provides unique, dynamic insight into production status and maritime freight movements. This insight shares unique and immediate information into the location of waterborne LNG, both now and in the near future, and the critical data necessary to make optimized trading decisions. Click here to learn more about Genscape's North American LNG Supply and Demand Report.


Ted Michael


Ted Michael
Analyst, LNG, Natural Gas