September 2005

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Global spending on LNG infrastructure to exceed $73 billion by 2010

Contractual relationships and structures of some modern LNG (liquefied natural gas) supply chains is growing increasingly complex. International oil and gas companies, national oil companies and utili..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Contractual relationships and structures of some modern LNG (liquefied natural gas) supply chains is growing increasingly complex. International oil and gas companies, national oil companies and utilities are now participating at several points along a typical supply chain to extract more value, spread risk and establish more security of off-take or supply. LNG's significance lies in its continued expansion, diversification and ability to bring stranded natural gas reserves into the main markets, thus avoiding the political and technical issues associated with transporting gas by pipeline across national borders, extreme terrains and oceans. It also serves as a competitive force in

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