Natural gas

Global gas production was essentially flat (0.3%, 21 bcm) in 2016, the weakest growth in gas output for 34 years, other than in the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis

Looking at the growing market for LNG, although China continued to provide the main source of growth, it’s striking that the increasing availability of supplies has prompted a number of new countries, including Egypt, Pakistan and Poland, to enter the market in the past year or two.
Spencer Dale, group chief economist

LNG supply - annual change (bcm)

LNG supply - annual change (bcm)

LNG demand - annual change (bcm)

LNG demand - annual change (bcm)
*Includes Egypt, Pakistan, Poland, Jamaica, Colombia and Lithuania

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