Category Archives: Global Demand

GIIGNL: 2017 Annual Report

The International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL) issued its 2017 Annual Report today and a number of statistics grabbed my attention… Imports: 263.6 million tons of LNG were imported in 2016 (a 7.5% increase vs. 2015); 39 total LNG importing countries; 4 new importing countries and 11 new LNG regasification terminals; 73% of […]

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Categories: Exporting Nations, Global Demand, Global Supply, Importing Nations, International Group of LNG Importers


CGEP: Changing Global Gas Order

Dr. Tim Boersma (Senior Research Scholar) and Dr. Tatiana Mitrova (Fellow), two energy analysts from Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, recently penned an eight-page, wide-ranging paper entitled A Changing Global Gas Order. This is a quick and worthy read, but those of you looking for the nuggets, here goes: The U.S. shale energy […]

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Categories: Center on Global Energy Policy, Exporting Nations, Global Demand, Global Supply, Importing Nations, Shale Gas, United States