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Chinese LNG demand has come under intense pressure following continued coronavirus flare-ups and firm lockdowns in response. Lower domestic LNG prices vis-à-vis their landed counterparts have further damped Chinese demand…
Argentina is due to receive its second LNG cargo of the year, our vessel tracking data indicate. The LNG carrier BW Brussels is due to arrive at the GNL Escobar…
Wednesday, 13 April 2022
Shell’s Prelude FLNG barge has restarted LNG exports. Shipments from the world’s largest floating LNG plant ceased in December last year, once again due to issues with its power supply.…
Free ReadEl Salvador has joined the ranks of LNG importers in early April with the arrival of its inaugural cargo aboard the Shell-controlled Bilbao Knutsen on 2 April. The cargo was…
Following a string of LNG cargoes from Venture Global’s new Calcasieu Pass LNG project in March, Tellurian announced it had given the go-ahead for its contractors to start work on…
The delivery of an LNG cargo to Argentina on Sunday last week carries significance beyond its unseasonal timing. At a price more than three times the average landed price last…
Russian LNG exports have yet to show signs of being adversely affected by sanctions levied by the United States and others. Exports from both Yamal LNG and Sakhalin-2 LNG have…
Free ReadOur data show there is substantial idle LNGC capacity totalling around 2.21mmt in all three Basins. The largest share of idle vessels is located in the Atlantic Basin.  Many of…
The United States launched into March by exporting the first cargo from Venture Global’s new Calcasieu Pass LNG development via the JERA-controlled Yiannis.
Supermajor Shell has reportedly called for urgent reform to a ‘combustible mix’ of declining domestic gas production and policy gaps in relation to gas utilisation.
Free ReadGrowing domestic opposition to ever-increasing US LNG exports notwithstanding, the country’s shipments of the super-chilled fuel climbed to a new record last week. The bulk of last week’s cargoes are…
Gazprom has reinstalled the 174,000m³ FSRU and LNG carrier Marshal Vasilevskiy at its Kaliningrad FSRU terminal, our data showed at the time of writing.
Wednesday, 02 February 2022
Norway’s Snøhvit LNG plant has been shut down since scheduled maintenance in the summer of 2020 as well as technical difficulties and a fire in September that year.
Free ReadGazprom appears poised to reinstall the 174,000m³ FSRU and LNG carrier Marshal Vasilevskiy at its Kaliningrad FSRU terminal. Originally commissioned in January 2019, the facility has not seen commercial activity…