LNG Demand Loss Is Becoming a Larger Summer Risk (Video)

May 1, 2020
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Perhaps 25 LNG cargoes, originally expected for June loading in the US, may be canceled. We explore the market impact in this short video update.

Summer prices have risen recently, but they are facing some intense losses in demand.

First came social-distancing demand losses in the power sector.

Now, low oil prices and lack of international demand are teaming up to force LNG export cancellations in the U.S.

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