OIES: Brazil’s Vanishing LNG Market

The Vanishing LNG Market in Brazil (OIES)
With the risk that you might think I’m a complete shill for OIES, here’s another recent comment, this one written by Ieda Gomes. Her summary: “The overall conclusion is that just as [a new] wave of new LNG projects is set to come online, one of the major growth markets has gone into decline. This may be a temporary phenomenon, as it has much to do with weather patterns and economic growth, but the rise in Brazilian domestic gas production suggests that at least one longer term trend is pointing toward lower LNG requirements, at least in the short to medium term. This (seven-page) comment assesses the overall state of Brazilian (and Argentinian) LNG demand and discusses the potential impact on regional and global gas markets.”  Link to comment: Click Here.

Categories: Brazil, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies