Demand for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) will outperform wider energy complex, according to the report of Fitch Solutions Macro Research (a unit of Fitch Group).
"Although the factors driving growth vary by market, some threads they have common. The collapse in LNG prices from 2014 has been among the key drivers in recent years," said the report obtained by Trend.
Fitch Solutions said that lower prices stoked demand amongst traditional buyers and drew a number of new entrants into the market.
"Global demand growth rose from 0 .6 percent y-o-y in 2014, to 10.4 percent in 20 17, partly in response to LNG's increasing cost competitiveness. However, prices are rising and will weigh on some markets going forward," said the report.
"This is reflected in the slower pace of forecast growth, averaging 5 percent y-o-y up to 2027."
The company believes that emerging Asia will dominate growth, led by China.
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