In Q2 2016, a total of five long-term LNG contracts were signed. Of these, the biggest contract was signed between Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited (III) and EDF Group for supply of 2 mtpa of LNG for about 20 years. As per the contract, LNG will be imported from the Ras Laffan III terminal in Qatar to the Dunkirk terminal in France. Itochu Corporation and Toho Gas Co Ltd also signed contracts for import of 1.5 mtpa and 0.2 mtpa of LNG respectively to Japan. Global Energy Holding Company and Guangzhou Gas Company were the other companies to sign contracts in the quarter.


  • Details of long-term LNG contracts signed in Q2 2016 by country and company
  • Comparison of LNG contracted capacity and share by importing countries between Q2 2016 and Q1 2016
  • Comparison of LNG contracted capacity, and share by key seller and purchaser companies between Q2 2016 and Q1 2016
  • Count of contracts and contracted capacity signed by key purchaser companies during 2014 to 2016

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