July 2015

Bonus Report: LNG

US liquefaction projects to drive global expansion of LNG trade

Hydrocarbon Processing spoke to Andrew Slaughter, executive director for the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions, about the state of the LNG industry and how trade patterns and project slates could change in the upcoming years.

Slaughter, A., Deloitte Services

The LNG sector is undergoing change as projects are consolidated in regions with an abundance of proposed, expensive LNG export projects, and as gas prices fluctuate alongside other energy benchmarks. Hydrocarbon Processing spoke to Andrew Slaughter, executive director for the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions, about the state of the LNG industry and how trade patterns and project slates could change in the upcoming years. HP. Will the drop in oil prices impact the construction of LNG export terminals? If so, how? Slaughter. Lower oil prices in 2015 are translating via contractual price linkages into lower delivered LNG prices into the Asian market. This directly reduces margins availab

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