LNG UPDATE Global LNG supply, demand remain tight

Storage tank construction progresses in 2013 on Poland's first LNG terminal in Swinoujscie. When Stage 1 starts up later this year, the terminal will be able to send out 5 billion cu m/year, expandable in Stage 2 to 7.5 billion cu m/year. Photo from Polskie LNG. Chris Smith Senior Technology Editor Warren R. True Chief Technology Editor As 2014 began, global LNG supply and demand remained largely in balance. Only two liquefaction plants came on stream last year, while several new or expanded terminals, especially in Asia, easily helped demand keep pace with supply. A study of global LNG markets published by Barclays in February noted that start-up of Algeria's Skikda rebuild in March ...

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