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Lower Asian demand in September and October partially responsible for excess LNG flows into Europe but threat of delay to Nord Stream 2 pipeline probably also factored The rise of…
Wednesday, 13 November 2019
YPF’s launch as an LNG exporter went to plan with the Tango FLNG barge at near capacity YPF’s Tango FLNG barge moored at the port of LPG fractionator Mega – a joint…
The roster of North Asian LNG importers has seen their demand for the fuel drop by 7.68mmt (-4.7%) in the period January to October compared to the same period last…
Wednesday, 30 October 2019
Previous reports suggested future ship-to-ship transfers close to Murmansk, but Yamal LNG seems still in the process of sorting winter STS location The ice-free, deep-water port Honningsvåg on Magerøya Island…
Portfolio-based US exports particularly affected by longer journey times Departed without destination
Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Offtakes have tripled in the first 42 weeks year-on-year British LNG demand has seen a dramatic increase compared to 2018 and 2017 as the country reached a preliminary offtake peak…
Growth in Pakistan tempers change driven by Egypt Whilst the overall number of cargoes delivered by Sunday midnight is looking to remain stable week-on-week as well as year-on-year, the actual…
Tuesday, 01 October 2019
According to today’s vessel schedule, the end of this week will have seen 82 cargo liftings amounting to 5.78mmt, representing a 0.64mmt (12%) an increase week-on-week.
Friday, 27 September 2019
We expect the end of this week to have seen 73 – 75 cargo liftings amounting to c. 5.29mmt, representing roughly one cargo less week-on-week. Pacific Basin  The Pacific Basin…
Thursday, 26 September 2019
Japan tops list with 1.58mmt Pacific Basin We are currently expecting 4.87mmt to be delivered within the Pacific Basin by the end of this week, constituting a decrease of 10%…
Wednesday, 11 September 2019
Last week’s global LNG trade stood at 13.50mmt, having thus decreased by 1.94mmt (-12.6%) week-on-week. Pacific Basin week-on-week exports suffer as Australia and Malaysia ship less.
Final August figures likely to improve but outlook suggests fewer exports in August, with the majority of shipped LNG still at sea and headed for the Pacific As of 28…
However, August exports likely to fall short Global LNG shipments (not including re-exports) reached 32.30mmt in July, constituting an increase of 2.33mmt (8%) month-on-month and 4.67mmt (17%) year-on-year. Overall, global…
Country now operates in similar demand spectrum as Japan Chinese LNG imports saw robust week-on-week growth last week, rising by 0.44mmt (45%) to 1.41million tonnes (mmt) last week (12-18 August)…