EU imports

Published at 13:46 7 Jun 2019 by

Pipeline imports in May showed no signs of being turned down in response to high incremental LNG supply and the resulting lower-price environment. With an additional 6 bcm of LNG y/y set to arrive in Europe in Q3 19, pipeline supplies will come under greater pressure to slow from an increasingly bea…

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