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2022, January, 19, 10:32:00
LEARN THE LATEST GLOBAL LNG TRENDS WITH LNGCON 2022
The next edition of the International LNG Congress (LNGCON 2022) takes place in Dusseldorf, Germany on March 28-30, 2022. Covering the whole LNG value chain, the Congress brings together decision makers of the industry to tackle the most relevant issues such as the role of LNG in the transition towards zero-carbon shipping.
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2022, January, 17, 11:19:00
LNG FOR S.KOREA DOWN
The country imported 3.862 million mt of LNG in December, down 9.3% from 4.257 million mt a year earlier, customs data showed Jan. 17.
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2021, December, 24, 12:00:00
ASIAN LNG PRICES UP
The average LNG price for February delivery into Northeast Asia rose to $48.3 per metric million British thermal units (mmBtu), up $5, or 11.5% from the previous week
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2021, December, 17, 12:35:00
CHINA LNG IMPORTS GROWTH
China’s LNG imports have grown steadily every year since 2006 (when China began importing LNG), except in 2015. In 2017, China became the world’s second-largest LNG importer, surpassing South Korea.
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2021, December, 15, 13:05:00
ASIA LNG PRICES DOWN
It is unusual for European LNG prices to surpass spot LNG prices in Asia, which relies on LNG imports much more than Europe, and especially in peak winter when demand from Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan is at its highest, supporting the typical Asian premium.
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2021, December, 15, 13:00:00
JAPAN LNG STOCKS GROWTH
The Dec. 12 LNG stocks were well above 1.42 million mt held at the end of December last year, as well as the four-year average of 1.71 million mt at the end of that month, according to METI data.
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2021, December, 7, 17:40:00
QATAR LNG FOR CHINA
In 2018, China became the world's 2nd largest LNG importer in the world behind Japan. LNG imports amounted to 90.5 bcm in 2020 (+12%). Australia is the largest LNG supplier (44%), followed by Qatar (12%) and Malaysia (9%).
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2021, December, 6, 12:35:00
U.S. LNG CANCELLED $10 BLN
Pembina Pipeline Corp has officially cancelled its US$10bn Jordan Cove LNG terminal in Coos Bay, Oregon (United States) after the company failed to secure state-issued permits and authorizations from various Oregon state agencies.
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2021, December, 1, 15:30:00
AUSTRALIA'S GAS PLAN
Natural gas consumption increased very rapidly between 2000 and 2019 (3%/year) and then dropped by 3% in 2020 to 40 bcm.
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2021, November, 18, 13:20:00
U.S. LNG FOR JAPAN $2.5 BLN
The Freeport LNG liquefaction terminal comprises three trains with an annual production capacity of approximately 15.45 Mt/year, built by McDermott, Zachry and Chiyoda on the site of an existing LNG import terminal.