US LNG exports affected by Gulf Coast fog as milder weather moderates natural gas prices

Friday, 08 February 2019

US liquefied natural gas exports decreased in the past week after foggy conditions closed the Sabine Pass waterway on the Gulf Coast to larger ships, while on the domestic natural gas market prices dropped as warmer weather arrived along with milder forecasts and smaller-than-expected withdrawals from the nationwide gas storage system.


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