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Global LNG trade dipped in April after having increased encouragingly in March. LNG flows in April decreased by 0.73mmt (-2 percent) as LNG export volumes were weighed down by lower…
Global LNG trade grew encouragingly following a significant reduction in February.
Global LNG trade took a hit in February, decreasing by 4.23mmt (-13 percent) as LNG exports struggled to move past a steep drop in US LNG shipments.
Month-on-month export performance continued to improve in January – albeit only slightly – with shipments increasing by 0.66mmt (2 percent) compared to the 2.08mmt (7 percent) in December.
Saturday, 16 January 2021
Global LNG trade continued the growth seen in November, which had ended a period of relatively small incremental growth in August and October.
Tuesday, 22 December 2020
LNG trade growth continues in November, still led by the United States
Tuesday, 17 November 2020
October LNG trade grew noticeably, led by the United States
Tuesday, 27 October 2020
September LNG trade continues to improve on Asian and some European demand
August LNG trade continues to improve on Far Eastern demand growth
Monthly trade increased marginally by 0.05mmt on Asian and European demand in July
Monthly trade decreased by 2.83mmt in June following steep demand reductions in South Korea, China and European whilst several export projects went into maintenance
Monthly trade decreased by 0.46mmt in May following steep demand reductions in South Korea, Japan and Europe
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…
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