Q3 2016 Long-term LNG Contracts Review - The UK Signs the Biggest LNG Import Contract

Q3 2016 Long-term LNG Contracts Review - The UK Signs the Biggest LNG Import Contract

  • December 2016 •
  • 18 pages •
  • Report ID: 4599851 •
  • Format: PDF
Q3 2016 Long-term LNG Contracts Review - The UK Signs the Biggest LNG Import Contract

Summary

The biggest contract in Q3 2016 was signed between Qatargas Operating Company Limited and Centrica plc on September 5, 2016, for a period of about five years from 2019-2023. As per the contract, LNG will be imported by the UK to its Isle of Grain terminal from the Qatargas IV terminal in Qatar. Another contract signed between Qatargas Operating Company Limited and RWE AG is the second biggest contract for import of LNG from the Qatargas III terminal. Chevron Corporation and ENN Group are the other key companies to sign contracts in the quarter.

Scope

- Details of long-term LNG contracts signed in Q3 2016 by country and company
- Comparison of LNG contracted capacity and share by importing countries between Q3 2016 and Q2 2016
- Comparison of LNG contracted capacity, and share by key seller and purchaser companies between Q3 2016 and Q2 2016
- Count of contracts and contracted capacity signed by key purchaser companies during 2014 to 2016

Reasons to buy

- Obtain information available on long-term LNG contracts across the world for Q3 and Q2 2016
- Identify countries and companies involved in signing of long-term LNG contracts for both the quarters
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of long-term LNG contracts data
- Keep abreast of recent long-term LNG contracts signed across the globe
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