Treading water

Published at 14:03 31 Oct 2019 by . Last edited 15:27 31 Oct 2019.

One of the consistent features of the summer price curve has been the wide prompt–winter 2019–20 contango. For LNG, this storage play tends to have its peak physical manifestation in September–October, with the highest number of ships being used for floating storage. Kpler’s floating storage count w…

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