May 31 2022
The new geopolitical scene is shaking up the outlook for LNG globally. The club of LNG suppliers has greatly expanded, with the US and others looking to increase their export capacity. This has created an environment for more favorable prices and contracts for importers as the desire for energy transition and energy security is boosting global demand, including in countries that have historically not had natural gas, according to AG&P CEO Joe Sigelman.
AG&P is a private LNG and infrastructure solutions platform based in Singapore. The company is focused on fast-tracking development of LNG import terminals, and was able to turn around a major import facility in the Philippines from conception to commissioning in 17 months. Sigelman joined senior editor Jasmin Melvin on the podcast to give his take on the future demand picture for LNG and share his thoughts on how geopolitics and US domestic policies are playing into business decisions for those operating in the sector.
Stick around after the interview for Chris Van Moessner with the Market Minute, a look at near-term oil market drivers.
This podcast was produced by Jasmin Melvin in Washington and Jennifer Pedrick in Houston.
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