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Latest issue of The LNG Markets
South Asia Leading Demand Recovery
Highlights of Issue :
South Asian LNG importers started looking for more LNG, leading towards pre-winter demand. India, Pakistan and Bangladesh refreshed their demand requirement. Series of buy tenders from importers from the region hit the market in last fortnight.  
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Indian major IOCL seeks June cargo despite reduced demand

 Indian Oil Corp had closed a buy tender on May 14 for a spot cargo to be delivered, in early June. Previously, another refining major Bharat Petroleum Corp (BPCL) believed to have acquired, a May 25 delivery cargo at around $2.15 per million British thermal unit (mBtu). Most importers from India including state owned Gujarat State Petroleum Corp (GSPC), Petronet LNG, Indian Oil Corp and GAIL were facing “tank top up” situation at the Petronet operated 17.5mil mt/year Dahej terminal due to Covid-19 crisis and locked down imposed by the government. Most importers have already sought differed delivery of cargoes during May and June. Indian importers have also differed some of the long term and spot cargoes secured from the US based suppliers for June.

 


 
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