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NATS: U.S. LNG Monthly Import Level on Track to be Lowest in Five Years

Citing high LNG prices in Asia, NATS reports that U.S. LNG imports and regasification in the month of January are on course to be the lowest monthly total in five years. At the current rate, the United States will use approximately 33 Bcf of LNG sourced
January 23, 2008

Citing high LNG prices in Asia, NATS reports that U.S. LNG imports and regasification in the month of January are on course to be the lowest monthly total in five years. At the current rate, the United States will use approximately 33 Bcf of LNG sourced gas this month, seven Bcf below the previous monthly low set in 2006. The previous monthly high of 58 Bcf was set in 2005. [Subscription required].  

[Editor's note: This post was changed following publication.]

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