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LNG Forecaster (Annual Subscription)

Quarterly Forecaster

January 2017

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LNG Forecaster

Robust LNG market forecasts

LNG Forecaster is Drewry’s detailed quarterly appraisal of the LNG trade and shipping market. It provides a clear picture of the current market, addresses forthcoming sector specific ’horizon’ issues and their impacts on future market growth, and forward-looking analysis on the current trends and developments globally.

 

Key areas covered include:

  • Overview of key market issues and trends
  • LNG trade and prices
  • LNG shipping
  • LNG projects

LNG Forecaster subscribers benefit from 12 months’ access to Drewry’s LNG One World online platform, providing up-to-date news, editorial analysis and a wealth of statistical data and intelligence on all aspect of the LNG sector.

 

All quarterly report updates are accompanied by tables and charts in MS Excel format. This Forecaster annual subscription package now includes FREE Monthly Supplements.


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Fast facts...

  • Annual subscription (single-site licence)
  • Quarterly forecaster report updates
  • Report charts, tables and graphs in MS Excel format
  • Free monthly supplements
  • Includes access to LNG OneWorld website
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Executive Summary Section

Every quarter, Drewry’s LNG Forecaster delivers a wealth of market intelligence on the global natural gas market, LNG trade and shipping sector. It gives a comprehensive insight into LNG trade, freight rates, spot rates and time charter rates. Fleet developments are covered in detail, with extensive regional trade statistics covering LNG import volumes including its pricing per country of imports.

 

Chapters are as follows:

 

Executive Summary

The chapter covers topical overview of the market, with special focus section to address key issues, trends and recent events in the LNG market. This is followed by a series of sections covering various aspects of global LNG trade and shipping market.

Main Sections

LNG trade and prices focuses on:

  • Global and regional natural gas consumption and production developments
  • Detailed analysis on LNG imports volumes per country
  • Comprehensive analysis of competing fuel prices including natural gas, oil, coal, LPG and LNG prices per country of imports.

Main Sections Cont./

LNG shipping provides:

  • In-depth assessment of the LNG fleet development in terms of the in-service fleet, orderbook, deliveries, new orders, demolition with forward-outlook and synopsis of the fleet capacity supply into the market up to 2019.
  • It further examines key areas such as LNG shipping economics such as freight rates, spot, short- and long-term charter rates and asset prices developments in the market.

Main Sections Cont./

LNG project summaries:

  • Global LNG liquefaction plants and regasification terminals, existing, under-construction, new start-up, planned and proposed projects regionally.
  • It gives a comprehensive view on the expected LNG production capacity development per region up to 2020.
  • LNG Forecaster subscriptions include 12 months’ access to Drewry’s LNG One World online platform. LNG One World provides up-to-date news, editorial analysis and a wealth of statistical data and intelligence on all aspect of the LNG sector.

News

Illogical port choices by liner alliances

Illogical port choices by liner alliances
In a ground-breaking analysis, Drewry’s recently launched Ports and Terminals Insight report examines the correlation between carrier terminal ownership and the choice of port calls by the 2M and upcoming Ocean and THE liner alliances.

Bloomberg TV interview with Rahul Kapoor, Drewry Maritime Financial Research Services

Rahul Kapoor, Head of Drewry Financial Research Services discussing the recovery prospects for the shipping industry post-Hanjin, and the areas where pain continues to be felt.

Container port and shipping market challenges

Neil Davidson, Senior Analyst Ports & Terminals at Drewry, discussing ways Ports and Carriers can better collaborate

Continued oversupply to put further pressure on LPG shipping rates

LPG shipping trade will continue to grow at a healthy pace on the back of strong Asian demand, but fleet growth will outpace it, keeping rates under pressure in 2017, according to Drewry’s latest LPG Forecaster.

Events

17th Annual TPM Conference

Drewry’s Head of Supply Chain Advisors, Philip Damas, will be discussing terminal efficiency and selection by BCOs.