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US LNG exports set to increase after weather-induced slump

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According to Reuters, gas flows to US LNG export terminals are expected to rise again after recently declining their lowest levels since February 2018.

Experts have reported that the decline was due to shipping disruption caused by fog around the Gulf Coast, in addition to maintenance work being carried out on several export terminal’s feeder pipelines.

The three major US terminals that have been affected include Cheniere’s Sabine Pass, Corpus Christi in Texas, and Dominion Energy’s Cove Point.

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/08022019/us-lng-exports-set-to-increase-after-weather-induced-slump/

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