Demand for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in some countries with the Middle East and North Africa region has been on rising demand making setting a high task for suppliers. Over the past decade, demand for LNG in Egypt, and Dubai, Jordan, Kuwait, and Pakistan has risen significantly reaching a current demand of 20.8 million tonnes per annum in 2016. Egypt’s demand has been very crucial leading the country to set up a scheme which awards huge tenders for short-term and medium-term supplies – attracting imports to handle demand deficits. The once known oil economies and exporters now importing liquefied natural gas. According to Platt, this is very bad and allows new entrants in the region to use short-term purchasing strategies, which is creating additional liquidity.