LNG

In this issue

 

Wednesday, 27 May 2020
Monthly trade noticeably decreased by 2.88mmt in April following steep demand reductions in Japan, India and Europe
Thursday, 23 April 2020
Global conventional LNG trade saw a notable increase in March, growing by 1.45mmt to 33.90mmt (4.5%) from the 32.45mmt seen in February. Accordingly, trade performance in March 2020 marks an…
Global conventional LNG trade suffered a significant reduction in February, retreating by 3.45mmt down to 32.27mmt (-9.7%) from the 35.72mmt recorded in January. However, February’s performance in 2020 still marks…
Global LNG trade increased to 72.16mmt in January from 68.76mmt in December, thus seeing a robust increase of 3.4mmt (5%) m/m, with stronger trade within and out of the Atlantic…
Global LNG trade increased to 68.76mmt in December from 66.53mmt in November, thus seeing a robust increase of 2.27mmt (3.42%) m/m, as stronger trade within and out of the Pacific…
Global LNG trade increased to 66.53mmt in November from 61.92mmt in October, thus seeing a robust increase of 4.61mmt (7.44%) m/m, as stronger trade within and out of the Atlantic…
Global LNG trade decreased to 61.92mmt in October from 63.26mmt in September and 62.73mmt in August, thus seeing a reduction of 1.34mmt (-2.12%) m/m, as weaker trade within and out…
Global LNG trade decreased to 62.73mmt in August from 63.82mmt in July, thus seeing a reduction of 1.08mmt (- 1.7%) m/m, as weaker trade within and out of the Atlantic…
Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Global LNG trade grew to 63.82mmt in July from 61.36mmt in June, thus seeing a slight increase of 2.46mmt (4%) m/m. Considerably stronger trade within and out of the Pacific…
Wednesday, 18 March 2020
Global LNG trade remained broadly flat in June compared to May, seeing a marginal reduction of 0.23 million tonnes (-0.38%) m/m. Slightly weaker trade within and out of the Middle…
Global LNG trade increased slightly by 0.55 million tonnes (0.91%) in May, mainly on account of stronger trade within and out of the Middle East. Overall m/m trade also improved…
Tuesday, 17 March 2020
Global LNG trade decreased by 2.64 million tonnes (- 4.16%) in April mainly on account of weaker imports in the Pacific Basin. However, overall trade retreated in all three basins…
Global LNG trade increased by 6.28 million tonnes (10.98%) m/m in March on account of robust demand growth in the Atlantic and Pacific Basins.
Global LNG trade retreated by 1.82 million tonnes (- 3.09%) m/m in February on account of fewer exports that were only partially offset by steady exports in the Middle East.