Gas and LNG

Access distinctive insights on the global gas & liquefied natural gas (LNG) market

Our outlook on the future of the global gas market is informed by detailed market research and continuous tracking of market developments as well as deep on-the-ground expertise across the globe. We forecast gas demand at a regional level and then use our infrastructure and contract outlooks to forecast supply-and-demand balances, corresponding gas flows, and pricing implications to 2030.

Our Tools

Global Gas Model

Forecasting capability of supply, demand, infrastructure, and resulting global gas flows with flexible scenarios to allow “what-if” analyses.

LNG Flow

Tracks the global LNG fleet on a daily basis, analyzing supply and demand balances and assessing activity and performance of LNG plants and terminals.

EU Pipe Flow

Tracks daily natural gas flows in the European Union (EU) pipeline system to deliver real-time analysis of supply, demand, and storage levels, as well as infrastructure utilization.

LNG Cost Curve

Bottom-up perspective on LNG liquefaction costs, project feasibility, price structure, and export capacity. The cost curve covers more than 1,100 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of currently known LNG projects.

Our research

Report

Global gas and LNG outlook to 2035

– Expansion in the gas and LNG markets continues, with LNG demand expected to increase 3.6 percent per year to 2035.
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North American gas outlook to 2030

– Here’s what you need to know about the North American outlook for gas demand, supply, and price to 2030.

Related insights

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How COVID-19 and market changes are shaping LNG buyer preferences

– Our recent survey gauges how the pandemic has affected buyer sentiment with expectations of an increased reliance on the spot and short-term market.
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The end of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline: What does it mean for the North American natural gas industry?

– The decision in early July to cancel the Atlantic Coast Pipeline raises questions about the outlook for natural gas in North America.
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Winning the race for world-class LNG optimization capabilities

– The race to claim the portfolio development and optimization space has led to double-digit growth in the number of LNG commercial... roles. Investment in trading and origination capabilities is needed.

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