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Middle East and South Asia players could be game changer in the short run
Highlights of Issue :
The strong buying interest from Jordan, Pakistan and Egypt, rekindled interest in spot markets. Most of the front month offers are expected to move up by at least 10cts to 20cts for all the buyers.
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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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