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Middle Eastern Liquefied Natural Gas Research Report 2016 - Transition in the Middle Eastern LNG Trade - Research and Markets

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Middle Eastern Liquefied Natural Gas" report to their offering.

The study highlights the transformation of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market in the Middle East. As a hub of oil and gas, some Middle Eastern countries are experiencing low production levels of gas. This lack of availability of domestic gas has stimulated LNG imports in some Middle Eastern countries. With new LNG suppliers such as the United States and Australia, the Middle East is expected to sign long-term LNG contracts in the coming years to cater to the increasing gas demand.

In addition, the study analyzes Middle Eastern countries with abundant available gas that are exporting globally. Qatar has been the largest LNG supplier worldwide; however, with new competition from the United States and Australia, Qatar's supremacy will be challenged.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Executive Summary

- Key Findings

2 Market Overview - Middle Eastern LNG

- Global Proved Natural Gas Reserves

- Middle Eastern LNG Market Overview

- Middle Eastern Proved Natural Gas Reserves

- Middle Eastern Primary Energy Mix

- Middle Eastern Gas Production

- Middle Eastern Gas Exports Market

- Middle Eastern LNG Exports

- Middle Eastern Gas Consumption

- Middle Eastern LNG Demand

- Middle Eastern LNG Imports

3 Global Market Developments

- Developments in the Global LNG Market

- Market Developments that Influenced Global LNG Trade from 2010 to 2015

- LNG Demand - APAC

- LNG Consumption-Japan and South Korea

- Wave of New LNG Supply

- Shale Gas Boom - United States

- LNG Supply - Australia

- LNG Market - Europe

4 Regional Analysis - Middle Eastern LNG

- LNG Supply - Qatar

- Qatar - Powerhouse of LNG Supply

- Qatar to Face Stiff Competition

- LNG Development - Iran

- LNG Development - Saudi Arabia

- LNG Developments - UAE

- LNG Developments - Kuwait and Bahrain

- LNG Developments - Jordan and Lebanon

5 Future Trends - Middle Eastern LNG

- Middle Eastern LNG Supply Forecast

- Middle Eastern LNG Demand Forecast

- The Middle East to Change from LNG Net Exporter to LNG Net Importer

6 Conclusion

7 Appendix

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Source: Business Wire (November 7, 2016 - 7:41 AM EST)

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