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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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Japan spot LNG price for April at lowest in past 16 years

Japan’s spot import prices for LNG for April touched its’ lowest level at 2.40 since 2014. According to the latest data released by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) on May 21, Japan imported 5.13mil mt of LNG which was the lowest import, since 2010. The Covid-19 outbreak hit hard the demand for LNG from Japan, the largest importer in the world. Japan imports LNG mainly, to meet its energy requirement, for power generation and city gas distribution.

 
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