Infographic US LNG: Supply At What Price?

The anticipated increase in flexible US LNG volumes will bring greater liquidity to spot LNG markets in both the Atlantic and Pacific basins, and will have a transformative effect on global gas pricing.

Trading in the Atlantic Basin is expected to increase with the start of US LNG exports. Just over the last month, ICIS has reported on sellers of spot LNG shifting their attention to the Americas and to Europe

This ICIS infographic looks at emerging trade routes and price assessments of LNG originating from the US Gulf to global destinations, including key consumer markets in Asia and Europe:

  • Britain
  • Japan
  • India
  • Egypt
  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Chile

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NEW! ICIS has launched a daily price assessment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) originating from the US Gulf to global destinations, including key consumer markets in Asia and Europe.

Subscribe to ICIS LNG products and gain acces to this new pricing data, as well as:

  • 23 country-by-country delivered ex-ship (DES) prices for the world's busiest LNG destinations
  • 9 FOB prices for key producing regions, including the new US Gulf assessment
  • Northwest Europe and Spain FOB reload price assessments
  • East Asia index – calculated using Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan DES prices.
  • 5 other regional indices – South America, the Mediterranean, northwest Europe, Iberia,  and the Middle East
  • Historical prices (from 2010), downloadable via the ICIS Dashboard
  • In-depth weekly coverage of the Australian LNG market
  • LNG charter rates and shipping costs for both steam and tri-fuel diesel electric (TFDE)
  • News and trading activity – bids, tenders, negotiations and confirmed deals

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