Thailand is home to 69 million inhabitants and is Southeast Asia’s second largest economy after Indonesia. No stranger to natural gas, in 2016 it produced 80% of the gas it consumed, which it supplemented with piped flows from Myanmar and a modest 2.39 mt of LNG imports. So why is Thailand looking to expand its LNG import capacity to 19 mt by 2023? LNG Business Review takes a look at the changing supply fundamentals of one of the Asia Pacific region’s longstanding gas consumers.
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