Indonesia Loses Liquefied Natural Gas Supply Share – ValueWalk Premium
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Indonesia Loses Liquefied Natural Gas Supply Share

A recent spike in global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) demand has driven down the share of small nations in the supply of LNG. Hence, Indonesia is now the fourth-largest exporter of LNG behind Qatar, Malaysia and Australia with a 7% share in global LNG exports. Indonesian export of LNG stood at 818 billion cubic feet (bcf) in 2013, as compared to 870 bcf in 2012.

Figure 1: Indonesia global LNG exports 1987-2013

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