U.S. LNG exports slip in July, average prices rise

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By Adnan Bajic Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the United States dropped in June, data from the Department of Energy shows.

Courtesy of Cheniere

The U.S. export facilities shipped a total of 31 cargoes, three less than in the previous month and 20 cargoes less when compared to July 2019. Out of the 31 cargoes, 11 were whipped from the Sabine Pass facility. Cameron LNG plant follows with 10, Cove Point with 6, Corpus Christi with 3, and Freeport LNG with a single cargo. No cargoes were exported by the Elba Island plant.

In terms of volumes, July exports reached 96.1 Bcf, 11.8

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