Tag: LNG

January 2020 Review of Global LNG Flows

Global exports of liquefied natural gas in January totaled approximately 34.3 million tons on board 547 vessels, considerably higher than January 2019’s pace of 30.9 million tons. Approximately 33.7 million tons arrived on 543 vessels at import terminals in January,

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LNG Daily

Chinese domestic LNG prices inched down, as supply remained adequate along with above average winter outlook.

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Oil prices edged up as extreme cold in Canada pinched heavier barrels, but gains were offset by sluggish economic data from China.

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Chinese domestic LNG prices remained weak due to adequate supply and price discounts while demand remained stable in North.

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Australia, Russia and the United States loaded a combined 48 vessels, compared with 53 last week. There were 36 loadings at this point last year. Last week, 16 laden LNG vessels left US ports.

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December Review of Global LNG Flows

LNG Market Analysis   Global exports of liquefied natural gas in December totaled approximately 33.7 million tons on board 550 vessels, considerably higher than December 2018’s pace of 31.3mn tons. Approximately 34.1mn tons arrived on 550 vessels at import terminals

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October Review of Global LNG Flows

Global exports of liquefied natural gas in October totaled approximately 30.8 million tons on board 507 vessels, considerably higher than October 2018’s pace of 27.6 million tons. Approximately 28.1 million tons arrived on 463 vessels at import terminals in October,

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LNG South Asia Market Analysis

India imported 1.87 million tons of LNG in September, with 32 vessels arriving at different terminals across the country. Petronet procured 11 vessels, while there were seven for Gail, six for GSPC, three for Reliance, two for IOC and one

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LNG Market Analysis for September

Global exports of liquefied natural gas in September totaled approximately 29.6 million tons on board 480 vessels, considerably higher than September 2018’s pace of 27.6 million tons. Approximately 28.6 million tons arrived on 473 vessels at import terminals in September,

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