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Amidst a gas shortage underpinned by relatively low prices and protracted COVID-19 restrictions, Argentina is looking to increase its annual LNG imports by roughly 25pct this year, on our estimate. 
The scheduled arrival of the FSRU Höegh Giant at Jaigarh Port will mark H-Energy’s second attempt at installing India first FSRU.
Wednesday, 31 March 2021
Following the freeing of the container ship MV Ever Given, traffic through Egypt’s Suez Canal resumed. At the time of writing, we expected only a limited impact on LNG supply…
Free ReadPetronas loaded the first LNG cargo from its second FLNG plant on Monday, in line with the schedule announced after first gas at the beginning of February. The cargo aboard…
As Far Eastern LNG demand began to slow in late February and the first week of March, LNGC tonnage began to build up offshore Malaysia and Singapore.
Shell received Europe’s first carbon-neutral LNG delivery at the Dragon LNG terminal in Wales on Monday. The cargo was supplied by Gazprom’s Yamal LNG contingent via a cargo transshipment involving…
Monday, 01 March 2021
Following the restart of Idku LNG, Egypt’s second LNG plant at Damietta followed suit via the LNGC Golar Glacier in the early hours of Tuesday last week. The cargo is…
Free ReadFollowing severe disruptions to gas supply from the United States, Mexico’s state-owned utility CFEnergia restarted LNG imports via Altamira LNG last week. The terminal had been idled in 2019 as…
Following the restart of Idku LNG, Egypt’s second LNG plant at Damietta is likely to follow suit via the LNGC Vivit Americas by the end of this week. We reported…
Wednesday, 10 February 2021
Thailand’s PTT completed its first LNG re-export last week. The cargo was delivered to Japanese utility TEPCO’s Higashi-Ogishima terminal in the greater Tokyo area. PTT likely took advantage of significant…
Free ReadThe Argentine government headed an industry push aimed at lifting a ban on LNG imports via the country’s only remaining terminal, stationed in Escobar county. Last week, a federal judge…
Despite its relatively small volume, last week’s delivery of a cargo supplied by energy major bp to downstream customer ENN directly marks the first such transaction in China fast-growing LNG…
Increased demand for tonnage passage from Asian manufacturing centres to North America and Europe in the runup to Christmas caused significant delay to southbound laden LNG voyages from the United…
Wednesday, 13 January 2021
Shell’s massive Prelude FLNG barge sent off its first cargo in almost a year on Friday last week, our shipping data shows. The cargo aboard the LNGC Symphonic Breeze is…
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