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Russian exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) began not so long ago. The country’s aspirations to roll out new projects have been on the rise since an LNG plant was commissioned on Sakhalin Island. Despite fierce competition, Russia aims to capture over 20% of the global LNG market by 2030. Partial liberalization of LNG exports from Russia has enabled Rosneft and NOVATEK to commence implementation of their projects alongside the country’s key exporter – Gazprom.
This study focuses on advanced LNG projects in Russia: analysis of their resource base, financing conditions and main implementations options. The report also examines key issues related to LNG marketing. The main purpose is to identify potential niches for supplying Russian LNG to world markets. Special attention is attached to counties in the Asia-Pacific Region, which is the target market for most Russian projects.
Aside from providing detailed information on process of the implementation of LNG projects in Russia, the report also outlines the competitive struggle between Russian companies; the activity of foreign players in the oil and gas market that are interested in expanding certain Russian LNG projects; and mutual relations between project operators and gas buyers on the corporate level.
A key section of the report is one concerning prospective breakeven prices for LNG deliveries from Russian to global markets, especially APR and Europe. These calculations are based on a model developed by RPI that incorporates the main value chain indices of the LNG business.
Key sections of the study:
o Current state of Russian LNG projects
o Target LNG supply markets for projects under implementation
o Evaluating the breakeven point for deliveries to target markets
o Identifying market niches for Russian LNG in various countries
o Forecasting the breakdown of LNG volumes under long-term Russian projects
Monetization of remote and offshore reserves of Russian natural gas has attracted rising interest from potential partners, investors and technological contractors. This study could be a valuable tool in the strategic decision-making process for companies looking to enter Russian LNG projects. In-depth analysis of each project, along with an assessment of its financial viability, will allow all market players – ranging from suppliers of equipment and materials to engineering companies, financial institutions, etc. – to gain an objective vision of the outlook and risks for all projects under consideration, while highlighting business expansion opportunities in each area.