July 2022

Reflecting on 2021 global LNG and European pipeline flows

Over the past year, liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices reached an all-time high. An analysis of the data identifies key insights into the implications for the LNG industry for 2022 and beyond.
Gillian Boccara / McKinsey Konrad Boszczyk / McKinsey Nicholas Browne / McKinsey Berend Heringa / McKinsey

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