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Fesharaki F.,FACTS Global Energy FGE
International Gas Union World Gas Conference Papers | Year: 2012

Oil prices and oil market dynamics will continue to heavily influence the LNG business in East of Suez. The future of LNG pricing in the region is clearly a function of oil prices. The economics of supplies is also evidently dependent on sustained high oil prices. In 2000, East of Suez LNG imports constituted ∼ 75% of global LNG trade where there were only three LNG importing countries: Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. A discussion covers oil markets and its impacts on the global LNG markets; effects of suppliers and consumers on oil prices; influence of price movements on global LNG markets, particularly the East of Suez market; growth potential and salient issues of the East of Suez market; and the next market shift and its implications for the market. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 25th World Gas Conference (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 6/4-8/2012). Source


Fesharaki F.,FACTS Global Energy FGE
IGT International Liquefied Natural Gas Conference Proceedings | Year: 2013

A presentation covers a longer-term oil market; LNG trade in Asia, Europe, Americas, and Middle East; imports and uncontracted LNG demand in Asia; new Southeast Asian markets of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore; Middle East LNG imports. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 17th International Conference and Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas 2013 (Houston, TX, 4/16-19/2013). Source


Fesharaki F.,FACTS Global Energy FGE | Fesharaki S.,FACTS Global Energy FGE | Aik A.,FACTS Global Energy FGE
IGT International Liquefied Natural Gas Conference Proceedings | Year: 2010

The global LNG business is battered by the economic meltdown impacting the major buyers in the US and Europe, as well the foundation buyers in Asia. However, the newer and emerging Asian markets: China and India on the one hand, and Singapore and Thailand on the other are developing. What are the prospects that demand from buyers in these new markets will be large enough to justify new projects? How much LNG do they really need and what price can they afford to pay? This presentation will analyze the different sectors in the key emerging markets and their ability to pay for LNG while providing a realistic demand base within the different price ranges. In short, this paper will provide a realistic outlook of the role of the emerging markets in underpinning existing and new LNG projects in comparison with the conventional buyers. Source

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