LNG Trade and Transport 2012

 Published On: Jan, 2013 |  Published By: CRSL
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LNG Trade & Transport 2012 is the tenth edition of this report which contains in a unique, single document a wealth of information about LNG unavailable from any other source.

A succinct summary augmented with clear tables and graphs allows decision makers to become quickly familiar with the fundamentals of gas supply/demand, the past and likely future development of the LNG trade and the supply/demand and balance for LNG shipping capacity.

The comprehensive coverage of the report includes details of:

  • all importers and exporters;
  • their contracts, plant and terminal infrastructure;
  • the fleet and orderbook;
  • owners, builders and repairers of LNG vessels;
  • trading patterns, including voyage histories by ships/routes and distances.
Features of the 2012 report

Trade pattern analysis.
Future newbuilding requirement based on firm and speculative projects.
Extended analysis of the fleet and orderbook, including:
Ownership trends (independent ship owners/oil companies).
Lifespan of the fleet; 30 years or 40 years? Scrapping/fleet replacement scenarios.
Fleet investment of $38 billion since 2004; examined by buyer, project and size of ship.
Classification Society market shares and trends.
Flag State market shares and trends.
Analysis of LNG shipbuilding capacity; profiles of major LNG shipbuilders.
Trends in types of vessel propulsion technology.
LNG carrier earnings.
Atlas section, detailing current and future LNG infrastructure and natural gas pipelines.

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