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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)…
Sabine Pass manages turnaround in last week of July US LNG exports seemed set for negative growth in the fourth week of July based on vessel schedule visibility. At the…
Although technically not the world’s first operational FLNG barge, it sets new standards in scale The case for offshore gas fields too small for conventional development to make economic sense…
Thursday, 01 August 2019
US-China trade dispute has pushed LNG to Europe, but the overall picture is more nuanced Explosive Growth European LNG imports have seen dramatic growth over the past year. Total offtakes…
But tank safety issues at Sabine Pass likely to prevent month-on-month supply growth in July The United States can look forward to another LNG plant coming on stream soon. Following…
Friday, 19 July 2019
The rationales and effects of ship-to-ship transfers of Russian LNG
With Prelude FLNG finally exporting its first LNG cargo in June and the Australian LNG line-up nominally complete, where does Australia stand?
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