Spain has become a significant player in the international LNG market. Despite that fact that it is an importer with no domestic production, the Spanish gas market has seen high volumes of LNG reload business since domestic demand crashed in 2008. Gas shippers responded to the long supply situation by seeking new opportunities on the international markets.
This free market analysis article provides the full picture on the drivers for this expansion in reload numbers, and the development of the reload business in Spain. The analysis will give you a clear view of the effect on gas and LNG price liquidity and provide insight into the impact of the Spanish reload business on international gas markets.
Roman has a proven track record in providing advice and analysis in the areas of gas industry, LNG supply chain, LNG shipping, LNG development in the Middle East and Africa, international gas pipeline & storage developments and political and legal dimensions of commercial gas.
Rob has a wide range of experience in commodities reporting, initially in the agricultural market, before moving to ICIS to work in the energy team in 2008. Since that time he has reported on most of Europe’s gas markets and covered their development closely. Recently he has been more focussed on Iberia and in particular Spain, covering gas, LNG and power.
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