Expert Analysis on Growing LNG Market
BOSTON, MA, October 16, 2019 – ESAI Energy, an industry-leading energy market research and forecasting firm, examines the impact of an impending global LNG surplus for its clients, complementing the firm’s offerings in crude oil, natural gas, refining, petroleum products, natural gas liquids, and alternative fuels.
The current wave of US LNG export capacity on the US Gulf Coast is already making itself felt in the market, and that impact will only compound over the next few years. ESAI Energy’s LNG service provides short- and long-term market insights on:
- Natural gas supply-demand fundamentals at a regional, country and sectoral level,
- Forecasts of major price benchmarks,
- Projections of trade flows based on daily LNG tanker movements, a proprietary LNG shipping model and understanding of future flows,
- Regular updates on infrastructure developments, including capacity, maps, and competitiveness,
- Regulatory developments promoting or hindering LNG use,
- Direct access to expert analysts to answer any questions, and,
- Longer-term impact on energy mix.
“Tremendous U.S. natural gas growth, growing US LNG exports, new pricing mechanisms, and a global race for infrastructure buildout is intensifying competition in the LNG markets,” commented Sarah Emerson, ESAI Energy Managing Principal, ”The changes coming will transform energy pricing and consumption in many parts of the world.”
About ESAI Energy
Since 1984, ESAI Energy (and its predecessor Energy Security Analysis, Inc.) has been an industry leader in collecting primary source data on crude oil, natural gas, refining, petroleum products, natural gas liquids and alternative fuels. These data are combined with exhaustive research on regulations and public policy to develop a holistic view and detailed forecasts of the energy markets. With these data and forecasts, ESAI Energy helps its clients capitalize on opportunities and manage business risks. Over the last 35 years, ESAI Energy has worked with hundreds of companies that represent the upstream, midstream, downstream, consumers, financial institutions, traders and governments.
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