Going strong

Published at 10:27 30 Aug 2017 by . Last edited 17:51 30 Aug 2017.

A hot July and some mid-summer stock building was enough to finally push Northeast Asian LNG prices out of their 5-6 $/mmbtu range, up to 6.35 $/mmbtu by late August. The tight mid-summer LNG market was helped by a tightening at European hubs, driven by a combination of pipeline supply outages, hig..

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