Individual events very quickly affect LNG markets – so when something changes you need to know what impact it has. LNG Supply Forecast lets you see up to two years ahead, drill down by month and, crucially, compare how the forecast adjusts immediately after every event occurs.Request a free trial
A two-year online global LNG supply forecast with monthly granularity. It provides you with:
Real-time alerts and updates on events that shape the forecast and potentially affect your long-term view.
LNG Supply Forecast can be accessed as a stand-alone service or alongside our market leading LNG Solution.
Fits your work style
Designed for traders and analysts, LNG Supply Forecast is a fast and effective way to see how supply around the world is changing so you can respond quickly.
Event updates, assumptions and forecast data are all identified and incorporated by experienced LNG experts familiar with the nuances of LNG trading and market analysis.
Compare with previous months
Validate your current forecast against the previous one and see instantly what has changed.
Plant outage data
Our comprehensive database is unique to ICIS and informs an essential part of the forecast.
The fragile balance of long-term global LNG supply soon shifts when events occur that affect volume. Accurate forecasting is vital for LNG traders and analysts; it also impacts profit for utilities and integrated energy companies. But it’s incredibly hard to be confident when plant outages, new gas supply, plant start-ups, gas rerouting, debottlenecking and other events put your careful assumptions out of kilter.
Our constantly updated two-year forecast takes the pressure off. Our LNG experts focus on keeping abreast of events as they occur, interpreting the impact, and then updating the forecast instantly. That way, you get the most up-to-date view of what’s changed and why it matters.
Choose to act immediately - or combine and contrast our forecast with your internal sources for further validation. Either way, you’ll enjoy increased confidence in your forward view.
Global LNG market supply has been tighter than expected, primarily due to high demand from Asia, as well as strong US deliveries to markets closer to the Americas.
ICIS deputy editor of LNG Europe, Alex Thackrah, discusses why Asian companies are looking to the Dutch TTF and the UK’s NBP for cargoes with flexible destinations.
The LNG Edge: Q1 2018 Trade Flow Report draws on the latest voyage data from market-intelligence platform LNG Edge to analyse imports and exports in the global LNG market, bringing you market insights ahead of full data publication from customs authorities. The report includes a review of spot price movements during January to March and a look ahead to important factors for the market this summer.Download the insight paper