Natural Gas Facts & Figures. Section 3: LNG

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1 Natural Gas Facts & Figures Section 3: LNG September 214

2 3. LNG Trade movements Terminals for import, terminals for exports Liquefaction, regazeification LNG Fleet Sources : Total LNG group, PGCD special report LNG by road, fluvial

3 LNG: More flexibility through new technology On-board regasification offers low cost and convenient option to supply gas to new and existing markets 3

4 LNG: More flexibility through new technology Small scale LNG offers opportunities to produce otherwise stranded gas and reduce gas flaring Gas source Source: Skaugen 4

5 LNG Exports by Country Qatar, 77.4, +1.9 Malaysia, 23.1, -1.9 Australia, 2.8, +1.6 Nigeria, 2, +1.2 Indonesia, 18.1, -3.3 Trinidad, 14.4, +.5 Algeria, 11, -1.6 Russia, 1.9, +.4 Oman, 8.1, +.2 Brunei, 6.8, + UAE, 5.6, -.3 Egypt, 5.1, -1.3 Yemen, 5.1, -1.5 Peru, 3.9, +.1 Eq. Guinea, 3.8, -.1 Norway, 3.4, +.6 US,.2, -.1 Figure 3.2: LNG Exports by Country: 212 Exports & Incremental Change Relative to 211 (in PA) Sources: Waterborne LNG Reports, US DOE, PFC Energy Global LNG Service

6 LNG Imports by Country Japan, 87.3, +8.5 South Korea, 36.8, +1 China, 14.8, +1.9 Spain, 14.2, -3 India, 14, +1.2 Taiwan, 12.8, +.6 UK, 1.5, -8.2 France, 7.5, -3.2 Turkey, 5.7, +1.2 Italy, 5.2, -1.2 Argentina, 3.8, +.6 Mexico, 3.6, +.6 US, 3.3, -2.7 Chile, 3, +.2 Brazil, 2.5, +1.9 Kuwait, 2.1, -.3 Belgium, 1.9, -2.5 Portugal, 1.7, -.6 Other, 7.1, + Figure 3.6: LNG Imports by Country: 212 Imports & Incremental Change Relative to 211 (in PA) Other includes Canada, UAE, Greece, Thailand, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, and the Netherlands Sources: Waterborne LNG, US DOE, PFC Energy Global LNG Service

7 Map of inter basin Trade Intra Pacific Middle East - Pac Atl - Pacific Pac - Middle East Intra Middle East Atl - Middle East Pacific - Atl Intra Atlantic Middle East - Atl Pacific - Atl Atl - Middle East Intra Middle East Pac - Middle East Atl - Pacific Middle East - Pac Intra Pacific Middle East - Atl Intra Atlantic Map of Inter - Basin Trade: 2 v 212 Source: PFC Energy Global LNG Service

8 Algeria Angola Colombia Egypt Eq. Guinea Nigeria Norway Trinidad Oman Qatar UAE Yemen Australia Brunei Indonesia Malaysia Papua New Guinea Peru Russia USA PA % Growth in Capacity Liquefaction capacity by Country % Growth in Liquefaction Capacity ( ) Atlantic Middle East Pacific 5% 35% 25% 3% 25% 2% 15% 1% 3 5% 2 % 1-5% -1% Liquefaction Capacity by Country in 212 and 217 Source: PFC Energy Global LNG Service, Company Announcements

9 Small scale export projects Project Country Status Original Capacity Announced Start Operator Early Phase of LNG Industry Kenai LNG US Existing ConocoPhillips Brunei LNG T1-5 Brunei Existing Brunei LNG JV Skikda - GL1K (T1-4) Algeria Existing Sonatrach ADGAS LNG T1-2 UAE Existing ADGAS LNG JV Arzew - GL1Z (T1-6) Algeria Existing Sonatrach Arzew - GL2Z (T1-6) Algeria Existing Sonatrach Skikda - GL2K (T5-6) Algeria Existing Sonatrach Recent Onshore Skangass LNG Norw ay Existing.3 21 Lyse Sengkang LNG T1 Indonesia Construction Energy World Corp. Sengkang LNG T2 Indonesia Construction Energy World Corp. Table 4.2: Small-Scale Liquefaction Export Projects Source: PFC Energy Global LNG Service

10 Number of Terminals Annual send-out capacity Up to 1 bcm/yr 1-5 bcm/yr 5-1 bcm/yr 1-2 bcm/yr 2-3 bcm/yr >3 bcm/yr Annual Send-out Capacity of LNG Terminals in 212 and 217 Sources: PFC Energy Global LNG Service, Company Announcements

11 Argentina Brazil Canada Chile Dom. Rep. Mexico Puerto Rico US China India Indonesia Japan Korea Taiwan Thailand Malaysia Singapore Belgium France Greece Italy Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Sweden Turkey UK Lithuania Poland Kuwait UAE Israel PA Receiving terminal import capacity 2 3% % Growth Americas Asia Europe Middle East 25% 2% 15% 5 1% 5% % Receiving Terminal Import Capacity by Country in 212 and 217 Source: PFC Energy Global LNG Service, Company Announcements

12 Nakilat Golar LNG MISC Maran G.M. Bonny G.T. MOL BG Group Teekay LNG GasLog LNG NWSSSC NYK Line BW Gas/Marubeni NGSCO Dynagas BP Shipping Hyundai M.M. K Line Knutsen OAS Hoegh LNG China LNG S.C. JC Nakilat Teekay/Nakilat Teekay/Marubeni Sovcomflot Almi Gas Chevron S.C. Hyproc S.C. SK Shipping BW Gas Awilco Brunei G.C. Excelerate Energy Cardiff Marine Brunei Shell T. CPC/NYK/MOL Exmar/Excelerate Hanjin Shipping Korea Line Maran/Nakilat MOL/NYK/Teekay Nakilat/Overseas ProNav/Nakilat Sovcomflot/NYK Oman S.C. China S.G. MOL/China S.G. # of vessels # of vessels LNG fleet 5 Q-Max 45 4 Q-Flex 35 Floating Regas & Storage 3 Conventional Global LNG Fleet by Year of Delivery Sources: PFC Energy Global LNG Service On Order Current Fleet New-build Orders (3 or more vessels) Source: PFC Energy Global LNG Service

13 Liquefaction capacity: operating and planned MMty Operating Capacity Under Construction Capacity Planned Capacity * * All on-going planned projects till 223 IHS January

14 Liquefaction capacity: operating and planned MMty Operating Capacity Under Construction Capacity Planned Capacity * Africa 62,1 4,7 187,5 Australasia 24,95 68,7 152,47 C.I.S. 1, ,77 Europe 4,76 19,1 Far East 74,7 21,45 38,68 Latin America 19,92,54 33,1 Middle East 1,25 1,8 59,15 North America 9 449,63 Total ,19 193,31 * All on-going planned projects till 223 IHS January

15 Mmty Regasification capacity: operating and planned Operating Capacity Under Construction Capacity Planned Capacity * * All on-going planned projects till 22 IHS January

16 Regasification capacity: operating and planned Mmty Operating Capacity Under Construction Capacity Planned Capacity * Africa 11,54 Australasia 1,17 C.I.S. 9,7 Europe 137,8 3,49 121,74 Far East 379,12 2,46 249,35 Latin America 41,64 1,7 76,66 Middle East 17,41 14,77 North America 83,95 17,45 Total 659,2 25,65 51,75 * All on-going planned projects till 22 IHS January

17 Overland transport of LNG: By road trucks and railcars LNG is transported by road truck in many countries Trucked LNG has many small-scale uses: Domestic and commercial piped gas supply from satellite re-gasification terminals located in places remote from pipelines Small industrial users (electric power, engine tests, glass, paper) Commercial users (trains, buses, ferries, institutions) Supply to peak-shaving plants Supply to pipeline network during repairs or maintenance 17