June 2010 Vol. 237 No. 6

Features

Unconventional LNG To Assume Limited Role

Unconventional LNG will play a limited role in the future of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry, comprising just 5% of total LNG supply in 2020, according to a consultant’s report. In a video presentation to delegates at LNG16 in Oran last month, Frank Harris – head of LNG Consulting for Wood Mackenzie – reflected on the heightened interest in unconventional LNG supply projects, concluding that these projects will play a limited role in the future of the LNG industry – accounting for no more than 5% of total global LNG supply in 2020. An LNG project can be unconventional in one or both of two ways, Harris said. First, the feedstock can be unconve

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