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Lower Natural Gas Price is not all Good News for Europe

Europe successfully avoided a gas shortage crisis this winter thanks to high LNG imports, reduced demand, and milder weather. As a result, European natural gas prices have fallen to the levels from January 2022, just before the Russian invasion of Ukraine. This week, the front-month futures at the TTF hub, …

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WoodMac: U.S. to Triple LNG Exports by 2033

Surging global demand for liquefied natural gas is set to nearly triple U.S. LNG exports over the next decade, as LNG buyers seek diversification and reliable, low-cost supply, energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie said in a new report this week. LNG exports are already outpacing U.S. exports to Mexico—compared to lower-than-Mexico …

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Expect High LNG Prices for Years to Come

Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine upended global energy markets, the LNG industry has been grappling with many uncertainties. In fact, the only real certainty is that spot LNG prices will remain elevated for years to come, even if they don’t hit the most recent record highs again. Key demand centers …

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