United Arab Emirates LNG markets to 2020 - analysis and forecasts of terminal wise capacity and associated contracts
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lqhh6t/united_arab_emirat) has announced the addition of the "United Arab Emirates LNG Markets to 2020 - Analysis and Forecasts of Terminal wise Capacity and Associated Contracts, LNG Trade movements and Prices" report to their offering.
“United Arab Emirates LNG Markets to 2020 - Analysis and Forecasts of Terminal wise Capacity and Associated Contracts, LNG Trade movements and Prices”
The new comprehensive report on United Arab Emirates LNG industry from LNGReports provides complete analysis, data and forecasts of the industry from 2000 to 2020. Annual information on LNG trade, capacity, exports/imports, infrastructure and market structure from 2000 to 2020 is provided. All major trends, investment opportunities, industry drivers along with challenges are analyzed.
Availability of natural gas in the future and its impact on LNG projects is analyzed in detail through forecasts of gas production and demand. Information on all Sale- Purchase Agreements signed by companies along with forecasts of contracted and spare capacities to 2020 are detailed.
Source: Business Wire
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