The liquefied natural gas market is in for an exciting five years, with major swings between demand and supply excess, BloombergNEF said in its latest LNG outlook. According to BloombergNEF analysts, this year, for one, will see a faster rise in supply than demand, with LNG available for export exceeding consumption and therefore pressuring prices. Total LNG supply this year will add 33 million tons to a record-breaking 358 million tons annually. Demand, in the meantime, will only rise by 17 million tons—quite a gap with supply. “This…