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GLOBAL LNG SERVICE

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Critical analysis, actionable insights and direct market data on the global LNG industry

Understand the near-, medium- and long-term global LNG market dynamics with our comprehensive package of news, analysis, data and research. The Global LNG Service helps traders, analysts and key industry players understand how the global LNG landscape is changing, at a time where energy transition developments dominate the industry.

We combine robust market outlooks, independent LNG assessments and access to our experts to deliver a comprehensive view of the global LNG trade and serve as an extension of your analytical team.

Our collaborative approach draws on expertise from across Energy Intelligence’s universe to identify opportunities and risks, and deliver critical insights into LNG market movements.

Benefits

  • Strategize effectively by stress-testing in-house assumptions with our holistic outlooks, which utilize oil market, corporate, country risk and energy transition intelligence
  • Make better trading decisions using our near-term news and analysis (zero to three-month window), to respond profitably to an increasingly liquid LNG market
  • Monitor and respond to partner and competitor movements (three to 18-month window) with our analytical assessments, data benchmarks and supply, demand and price forecasts
  • Support your corporate strategic planning with our medium-term macro outlooks, scenarios and strategic trends (18 to 60-month window)
  • Negotiate better LNG contracts using proprietary term and spot price forecasts supported by a robust methodology
  • Tackle your unique business challenges with the help of our experts, who act as an extension of your analytical team

Features

  • Daily news and weekly contextual analysis on the entire natural gas value chain, from production to delivery
  • LNG Supply/Demand Update to 2035 – a twice-yearly report and data featuring our bottom-up, country-by-country analysis
  • LNG Market Evolution Quarterly – a report featuring our price forecast, contracting trends and essential trade dynamics
  • Critical Trends – a monthly report which highlights our view on strategic issues and developments, and analyzes their implications for the industry
  • LNG project update – a twice-yearly report presenting the conclusions and outlook from our project database update
  • Robust data sets and forecasts, including:

    • Key oil, gas and LNG benchmark price forecasts
    • Long-term supply/demand forecasts
    • Proprietary spot assessments and key exporter netbacks
    • Key hub prices
    • Monthly volumes and landed prices for top markets
  • Direct access to our LNG experts, with regular private briefings and one-to-one Q&A by phone and email

The Energy Intelligence Difference

  1. Our collaborative approach informs our proprietary independent market outlook, which reveals drivers and risks from beyond the LNG trade
  2. Our unique market intelligence, which is based on a wide range of primary sources, helps clients monitor key developments in the fast-moving global LNG market by delivering insights unavailable to others
  3. Our actionable insights, focusing on the zero to 60-month window, expose blind spots that help clients capture market opportunities, negotiate better deals and deliver growth
  4. Our trusted guidance helps clients make informed business decisions at a time of uncertainty through a series of regular briefings and frequent communication with our experts

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What's included in the Global LNG Service?
  • News
  • Analysis
  • Research
  • Data
  • Access to experts
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  • European gas market chaos continues to underpin Asian prices, even as the TTF premium has widened since June. But Asian buyer movements in preparation for winter are becoming evident in pricing dynamics, and seasonal Chinese demand could still upend markets later this year. Gas supply solutions remain distant. There is room for some additional non-Russian pipeline supply through existing infrastructure, but other meaningful developments are far off. For all the enablers supporting Eastern Mediterranean developments, aboveground risks continue to generate headwinds.
    Fri, Aug 19, 2022
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Our award-winning journalists and analysts have covered the global LNG market for more than 30 years. Having seen investment cycles come and go, they provide a unique perspective and context for current developments.
Director, Global LNG Research
Email Ian
Singapore Bureau Chief
Email Clara
Editor, LNG Intelligence
Email Michael
Editor, World Gas Intelligence
Email Jaime
Editor, Natural Gas Week and DC Bureau Chief
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Latest Podcasts
  • In this podcast Energy Intelligence experts Ian Nathan and Michael Sultan explore the question of “What Does Europe Want?” as the continent wrestles with energy security and environmental concerns. Hosted by: Michael Sultan, Editor, LNG Intelligence. Panelist: Ian Nathan, Director, Global LNG Research
    Tue, Jun 7, 2022
  • As the war in Ukraine continues, Europe is scrambling to reduce the use of Russian gas. What can Europe do? What can’t Europe do? And what are the global implications of the conflict for LNG prices and projects? In this podcast Energy Intelligence experts Ian Nathan and Michael Sultan explore these questions. Hosted by: Michael Sultan, Editor, LNG Intelligence. Panelist: Ian Nathan, Director, Global LNG Research
    Wed, Mar 30, 2022
  • Following a year of unprecedented LNG market instability, 2022 will retain elements of short-term volatility—but long-term assumptions are a different story. In this podcast, Energy Intelligence experts Ian Nathan and Michael Sultan tackle implications of market drivers for 2022 and beyond. Hosted by: Michael Sultan, Editor, LNG Intelligence. Panelist: Ian Nathan, Director, Global LNG Research
    Wed, Jan 12, 2022
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