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U.S. Sees Decreased LNG Imports in September

With the exception of the Elba Island facility, U.S. LNG terminals have received few cargos this month, according to this week’s edition of World Gas Intelligence. Cargos destined for Lake Charles, La., and Cove Point, Md., were diverted to Mexico and Sp
September 27, 2006

With the exception of the Elba Island facility, U.S. LNG terminals have received few cargos this month, according to this week’s edition of World Gas Intelligence. Cargos destined for Lake Charles, La., and Cove Point, Md., were diverted to Mexico and Spain, respectively. However, WGI reports that due to decreased demand, a number of LNG cargos remain on board vessels awaiting a more active spot market. [Subscription required]

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