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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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Middle East Markets Trade Summery
South American Markets Monthly Trade Summery
South Asia/India Monthly Trade Summery
Northeast Asia Monthly Trade Summery
 
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Elba Island LNG fire incident being investigated; small size LNG liquefaction project in the US supply LNG to Shell

An investigation is being carried out in compressor fire at unit 3 of Elba Island LNG in the US. Last week fire incident forced the company to shutdown its three small size units- each with 0.3mil mt/year capacity at the Elba Island LNG. With its first cargo dispatched in Dec 2019, Elba LNG had commissioned the facility last year. Three units each with 0.3mil mt/year capacity were commissioned in Dec 2019. A small capacity Elba Island LNG liquefaction project, loads around three cargoes a month for Shell which has contracted entire capacity of the Elba Island LNG.  


 
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