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NATS Predicts U.S. LNG Imports Will Slow

Citing European and American natural gas price differentials, NATS believes that LNG import volumes to the United States will slow as LNG shippers find foreign markets more profitable. Also, vaporization rates in the United States have slowed, particular
July 24, 2007

Citing European and American natural gas price differentials, NATS believes that LNG import volumes to the United States will slow as LNG shippers find foreign markets more profitable. Also, vaporization rates in the United States have slowed, particularly at the Lake Charles LNG terminal in Louisiana, where the average daily sendout has fallen from 1.5 Bcf/d to 0.7 Bcf/d. [Subscription required]

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