Title: The Future Role of LNG in EU's Gas Supply - Issues for Consideration
Authors: KAVALOV BoyanPETRIC Hrvoje
Citation: Baltic Rim Economies Review no. 1 p. 14
Publisher: Pan-European Institute - Turku School of Economics
Publication Year: 2010
JRC N°: JRC57065
ISSN: 1459-9759
URI: http://www.tse.fi/EN/units/specialunits/pei/economicmonitoring/bre/Pages/default.aspx
Type: Articles in periodicals and books
Abstract: The delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from various suppliers by sea, as an alternative to pipeline shipments and supplies, is seen as a way to secure and diversify natural gas imports in the EU . This article summarises four important issues that may have a significant impact on future patterns of LNG supply and demand in the EU by 2020-2030. These four issues are: 1) Security, diversity and affordability of natural gas supply; 2) Energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions; 3) LNG quality and 4) Shipping of LNG.
JRC Directorate:Energy, Transport and Climate

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