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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.
Global LNG trade retreated slightly by 1.95 million tonnes (-2.8%) m/m in January on account of fewer exports that were only partially offset by slightly higher imports in the Atlantic…
Global LNG trade increased by 6.05 million tonnes (+9.5%) m/m in December. As usual, the Pacific Basin lead by overall volumes, owed to the sheer demand of gas within the…