The LNG Asia Pacific survey results: Part two

The second installment of our survey results is here. We surveyed our foremost thought leaders from the Asian and worldwide global LNG business for their thoughts on the industry now and in the near future.

Check out their opinions in this concluding half of the survey results, covering short-term trading, taking FID, the spot market and commercial innovations.

In one word, what is the most challenging feature of new import markets for suppliers to manage?

How many new projects do you think will take FID before end 2017?

Do you expect your company to become an active short/medium term trader of LNG? (Only for buyer/seller/portfolio player delegates)

What % of the total Global LNG business do you think will be traded spot/short term by 2020?

Do you think regional markets will still have significant (e.g. >$3/MMbtu) arbitrage potential between 2016-2020?

In one word, what commercial innovation do you think will drive the business forwards?

This survey was conducted at CWC’s World LNG Series: Asia Pacific Summit (September 2015). More than 100 attendees of the summit took part in this questionnaire.

To learn more from the buyers and sellers of the LNG industry in Asia and China, please attend the China LNG International Summit & Exhibition and the 8th World LNG Series: Asia Pacific Summit.

The China LNG International Summit & Exhibition, taking place 17-18 March, offers direct access to LNG buyers, NOCs and China’s LNG decision makers. Secure your place today by visiting: http://chinalngsummit.com/

The 8th World LNG Series: Asia Pacific Summit, taking place in the Singapore – the emerging LNG hub of Asia Pacific, and allows attendees to meet key buyers, sellers and traders in the region. Visithttp://asiapacific.cwclng.com/ for more information.

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