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Joint Study for Liquefied Natural Gas Market

Energy, Regulation and Governance

Joint Study for Liquefied Natural Gas Market

 

Energy demand in many East Asia Summit countries is on an upward trend, thus making the role of natural gas in energy supply increasingly important from various aspects.

Yet the market for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is in transition in terms of geographical and quantitative expansion, diversification of price formations, and lower oil and gas prices. In order to balance benefits between importers and exporters and to find workable solutions for developing a sustainable LNG market in various energy situations in importing and exporting countries, the LNG market players and policymakers are encouraged to enhance their efforts to create a more flexible, transparent, and sustainable LNG market in Asia. Whereas the private sector is mainly responsible for commercial deals, the public sector is encouraged to support in improving business environment to develop a better-functioning LNG market especially in terms of flexibility, price formation, and gas supply security, and in securing necessary investments.

Full Report

RPR-2015-11

Contents

Cover

Foreword

Acknowledgements

Contents

List of Figures

List of Abbreviations

List of Project Members

Executive Summary

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Background

Chapter 3. Discussions in the Working Group Meetings

Chapter 4. Policy Recommendation

Appendixes

Date

19 October 2016

Category

Energy, Regulation and Governance

Author/Editor

Ken Koyama, Ichiro Kutani, Shimpei Yamamoto, Shigeru Kimura, Yanfei Li, Venkatachalam Anbumozhi, Phoumin Han, Ross Lambie, Xiansheng Sun, Madhura Joshi, Masakazu Toyoda, Tetsuo Morikawa, Shoichi Itoh, Ayako Sugino, Sanae Kurita, Jin Ho Park, Tatiana Mitrova, Xupeng Shi, Siri Jirapongphan, Jonathan Peter Stern, Jane Nakano, Laszlo Varro

Editor

Ken Koyama, Ichiro Kutani, Yanfei Li

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