A brief hiccup occurred at Cameron LNG earlier this week when its trains were tripped offline on Tuesday, but gas flows to the terminal have since recovered.
As illustrated by the chart below, near-max flows to all US LNG export terminals contributed to record feedgas demand (and the large storage withdrawal) last week and only slightly lower demand figures have been recorded in recent days.
Source: Gelber & Associates
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