US LNG Cargo Loadings Hampered by Severe Weather

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Following severe weather since late August, US LNG exporters have struggled to maintain output, with shipments from the US Gulf of Mexico (US GoM) dwindling to just eight cargoes in two weeks in late August. Although exports rebounded once the weather improved, indicating terminals keep ready to restart loadings swiftly, continuous week-on-week growth seems threatened again.

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