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Australia is on Track to Become World’s Largest LNG Exporter - EIA

Australia is on track to surpass Qatar as the world’s largest liquefied natural gas exporter, according to Australia’s Department of Industry, Innovation, and Science. Australia already surpasses Qatar in LNG export capacity and exported more LNG than Qatar in November 2018 and April 2019. Within the next year, as Australia’s newly commissioned projects ramp up and operate at full capacity, EIA expects Australia to consistently export more LNG than Qatar.

Australia’s LNG export capacity increased from 2.6 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2011 to more than 11.4 Bcf/d in 2019. Australia’s DIIS forecasts that Australian LNG exports will grow to 10.8 Bcf/d by 2020–21 once the recently commissioned Wheatstone, Ichthys, and Prelude floating LNG (FLNG) projects ramp up to full production. Prelude FLNG, a barge located offshore in northwestern Australia, was the last of the eight new LNG export projects that came online in Australia in 2012 through 2018 as part of a major LNG capacity buildout.

Starting in 2012, five LNG export projects were developed in northwestern Australia: onshore projects Pluto, Gorgon, Wheatstone, and Ichthys, and the offshore Prelude FLNG. The total LNG export capacity in northwestern Australia is now 8.1 Bcf/d. In eastern Australia, three LNG export projects were completed in 2015 and 2016 on Curtis Island in Queensland—Queensland Curtis, Gladstone, and Australia Pacific—with a combined nameplate capacity of 3.4 Bcf/d. All three projects in eastern Australia use natural gas from coalbed methane as a feedstock to produce LNG.

Most of Australia’s LNG is exported under long-term contracts to three countries: Japan, China, and South Korea. An increasing share of Australia’s LNG exports in recent years has been sent to China to serve its growing natural gas demand. The remaining volumes were almost entirely exported to other countries in Asia, with occasional small volumes exported to destinations outside of Asia.

For several years, Australia’s natural gas markets in eastern states have been experiencing natural gas shortages and increasing prices because coal-bed methane production at some LNG export facilities in Queensland has not been meeting LNG export commitments. During these shortfalls, project developers have been supplementing their own production with natural gas purchased from the domestic market. The Australian government implemented several initiatives to address domestic natural gas production shortages in eastern states.

Several private companies proposed to develop LNG import terminals in southeastern Australia. Of the five proposed LNG import projects, Port Kembla LNG (proposed import capacity of 0.3 Bcf/d) is in the most advanced stage, having secured the necessary siting permits and an offtake contract with Australian customers. If built, the Port Kembla project will use the floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) Höegh Galleon starting in January 2021.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
Ronald Engels
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Voda, met dank goede info,

- Coalbed Methane, dit gebeurt wellicht ook in de Ardennen Belgie in ondergrondse mijnen dacht ik, Utility ENGIE in samenwerking met de rijkste man van Belgie???
- Zou in principe ook in Nederland moeten kunnen of eventueel b.v. POx-Partial Oxydation, CO + H2 productie ondergronds en bovengronds b.v. omgezet katalytisch naar b.v. Methanol en dergelijken.
- Shell Global Solutions heeft dit uitgetest ruwweg 25 jaar geleden, met succes voor zover mij bekend in de Limburgse Ondergrond. Een collega/vriend nu gestorven was hierbij ruim een jaar bij betrokken, dacht omgeving Heerlen, originele laboratorium testen zijn uitgevoerd op het Shell Laboratorium Amsterdam, heb daar kort enkele weken ook aan meegewerkt, weet niet meer precies wanneer, dacht eind jaren tachtig?
- Echter Australie/Queensland doet dit op gigantische grote schaal, indrukwekkend, met slechts weinig CO2 emissies, dit is de basis van deze processen.

Nogmaals met dank, M.v.g. Ronald Engels.
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US-China Trade War for US LNG Projects - Wood Mackenzie

In the short-term, Wood Mackenzie expects the US-China trade war to have a fairly limited impact on US LNG projects and LNG flows to Asia Pacific. LNG market fundamentals have softened significantly over recent months and tariffs are unlikely to outweigh this to cause an increase in LNG prices. US LNG is already a very marginal supplier to China. Only four US cargoes have been delivered to China since the tariffs came into effect in September 2018. This is because onstream US producers already have long-term contracts in place with non-Chinese buyers. Moreover shipping economics currently favour delivery of US LNG into Europe rather than into the Pacific Basin.

Instead, China has seen an uptick in Australian volumes since the start of 2019 – as contracts ramp up and also due in part to supply optimisation by portfolio suppliers. The upside for other suppliers with spot volume to sell will, therefore, be modest.

“For US developers, although the risk to Chinese investment and restricted access to Chinese buyers is a blow, it is not fatal.”

The trade spat, however, could have ramifications on the longer term market, with consequences likely to be felt by new supply developments. For Chinese companies, the current political dynamic creates additional risk and uncertainty around new US LNG projects. As a result, Chinese companies may be hesitant to sign up for new long-term volumes. And for those US projects still looking for financing, Chinese companies may be reluctant to invest. This will likely encourage Chinese support for other projects outside the US such as Australia, Mozambique, Russia and Papua New Guinea. And we’ve seen some examples of this shift already in 2019 with CNOOC signing a 13-year offtake agreement from Anadarko’s Mozambique LNG (Area 1), and the entry of CNOOC and CNPC into Russia’s Arctic LNG 2 project.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Total committeert zich aan project Mozambique

Gepubliceerd op 16 aug 2019 om 18:59 | Views: 182

PARIJS (AFN) - De Franse gas- en oliereus Total heeft zich gecommitteerd aan een groot lng-project (vloeibaar gemaakt aardgas) in Mozambique. De onderneming staat op het punt om de opdracht over te nemen van Anadarko Petroleum, als onderdeel van haar uitbreiding in Afrika.

Om het project tot wasdom te laten kopen moet een slordige 23 miljard dollar worden geïnvesteerd. Daarmee zou het de grootste opzichzelfstaande investering in Afrika zijn. De ontwikkeling van de economie van Mozambique is ook grotendeels van het project afhankelijk. Het land in het zuidoosten van het continent behoort tot de armste landen ter wereld en kampt ook nog met de naweeën van een tweetal orkanen die er eerder huishielden.

Total is van plan alle Afrikaanse bezittingen van Anadarko over te nemen. Daartoe behoren ook olie- en gasprojecten in Ghana en Algerije. In Oeganda is Total in gesprek met autoriteiten over een belang in olieproject Lake Albert. Total wil dit belang over nemen van Tullow Oil.
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