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Winning in a transformed marketplace: A LNG playbook

Winning in a transformed marketplace

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets are going through significant change in the form of increased customer focus.

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Winning in a transformed marketplace: A playbook for LNG businesses

The liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry is witnessing a big shift towards buyer power fuelled by the following converging and compounding forces.

 

  • Supply competition from diverse sources and very different supply options.
  • Market and portfolio evolution in options, hedging and tradeable indices.
  • Destination flexibility in contracts and in more adaptable regasification.
  • Demand drivers and dynamics in positioning of gas versus other energy sources.
     

These changes are reorienting the industry around customer value and the role of gas in an affordable, reliable and lower carbon energy system.

Substantial, lasting changes in the LNG market are radicalising traditional ways of working. Businesses need to respond swiftly and decisively.

Those that take proactive steps to mitigate risks, as well as exploit opportunities in the changing market will thrive, while others face the risk of losing significant market share and value.

 

Read the full Winning in a transformed marketplace: A playbook for LNG businesses report (648KB)

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