Moody's: Oversupply to keep LNG prices low beyond 2020

Moody's expects global LNG prices to remain low beyond 2020 as a wave of fresh supply comes online while demand from the world's largest importers is weakening. Global oversupply will peak at about 55 million tonnes/year in 2019, according to the rating agency's report, "Global Liquefied Natural Gas Industry: Market Imbalance Will Continue Beyond 2020, Keeping a Lid On Prices."

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