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Understanding the value of an LNG portfolio

In an ever more complex global market, evolving LNG actors face a challenge in valuing what they have and choosing their next steps

Global LNG demand has been growing at a double-digit pace, c.10pc/yr since 2016. And the LNG market’s commercial evolution has accelerated in parallel, driven by new and more flexible sources of supply on one side and less passive buyers on the other.  Market development has also been supported by new players, improving liquidity and a transition to shorter and more flexible contracting. As the market matures, substantial value creation opportunities are emerging. These opportunities are reflected in the evolution of LNG market players. Large producers such as Shell, BP and Total are expanding their value-chain presence. Trading focused intermediaries including Gunvor, Vitol and Trafigura



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