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2014-08-29 17:50:00

AUSTRALIA: THE 3-RD LARGEST LNG EXPORTER

AUSTRALIA: THE 3-RD LARGEST LNG EXPORTER

Country Analysis Brief Overview

  • Australia, rich in hydrocarbons and uranium, was the world's second-largest coal exporter in 2012 and the third-largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter in 2013.
  • Australia's dependence on oil imports has increased to fill the growing gap between domestic consumption and production.
  • Australia's overall oil production has declined since 2000, although additions through condensate production and smaller crude oil developments are expected to offset declines in mature fields over the next few years.
  • Australian natural gas production has increased sharply over the past decade as a result of new projects.
  • Australia has become a leading LNG exporter in the Asia-Pacific region in the past decade. Greater expected natural gas production and new LNG capacity in the next few years is likely to boost natural gas exports even more.
  • Australia is the world's second-largest exporter on a weight-basis, and coal ranks as the second-largest export commodity for Australia in terms of revenues. It holds the fourth-largest reserves.
  • Although about 87% of Australia's electric generation in 2013 was from fossil fuels, chiefly coal, there is a push for cleaner and more renewable power.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AUSTRALIA: THE 3-RD LARGEST LNG EXPORTER
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BAHRAIN'S GDP UP 3.2%

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NIGERIA'S GDP UP 2%

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