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Asian LNG prices hit new lows amid coronavirus epidemic

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Reuters is reporting that declining Chinese LNG demand, due to the Coronavirus epidemic, has led to Asian spot prices falling to new lows.

The average LNG spot price for a cargo delivery in March has been reported as approximately US$2.70 per million Btu (25 cents less than the previous week). April delivery prices are not estimated to be much higher at this point, only in the range of US$2.80 per million Btu.

According to Reuters trading sources, China’s transport, commercial and industrial sectors have all been affected by the fast-spreading coronavirus outbreak.

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