US DOE releases January 2019 LNG export data
Published by Will Owen,
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has released data on exports of US produced LNG through January 2019.
The data show the top five countries of destination, representing 54.9% of total US LNG exports, as Japan (17.5 billion ft3), South Korea (17.0 billion ft3), Mexico (14.3 billion ft3), Italy (10.5 billion ft3), and the United Kingdom (10.4 billion ft3).
The data also show that 37 vessel-borne cargoes were shipped during January 2019 from the Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana (28), the Dominion Cove Point terminal in Maryland (6), and the Corpus Christi terminal in Texas (3).
Fourteen cargoes of LNG (28 million ft3 total) were shipped in ISO containers to the Bahamas in January 2019.
In total, 126.8 billion ft3 of LNG was exported from the US during January 2019, which is a 75.3% increase from January 2018.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/18032019/us-doe-releases-january-2019-lng-export-data/
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