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Highlights of Issue :

A global rebound from Covid-19 combined with extraordinary demand for winter LNG cargoes, lowest EU gas storage level in five years and gas supply trouble in the US- first due to hurricane Ida and now hurricane Nicholas has pushed natural gas and LNG prices to its record high level.
Early in September, Hurricane Ida disrupted sizable feed gas supply in the US and now on Sep 14 hurricane Nicholas knocked out Freeport LNG liquefaction facility on the Texas Gulf Coast.

Kamlesh Trivedi

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kamlesh@lngworldwide.com

 

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Steep rise in winter prices feared by Asian European importers
 
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Golden Pass LNG to commission first liquefaction train by 2024

The first liquefaction train at the Golden Pass LNG Liquefaction and Export Terminal in Sabine, Texas, US will be commissioned by 2024. The $10 billion joint venture between Qatar Petroleum and Exxon Mobile aims at setting up 15.6mil mt/year liquefaction terminal at the existing import facility of Golden Pass import terminal.
Existing facilities include five LNG storage tanks each with 155,000cbm capacity with store the LNG to be exported from the terminal. Once commissioned the export facility will have three LNG liquefaction trains- each with 5.2mil mt/year capacity at the terminal, totalling capacity of 15.6mil mt/year as mentioned above.

 
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