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EU LNG imports decrease by 17%

According to figures recently released, total EU LNG imports decreased by 17% to 27.5 bcm compared to the previous quarter and by 6% year-on-year. The United States remained the EU’s biggest LNG supplier and further increased its share to 47% (13 bcm) from 45% in the previous quarter, followed by Qatar (14%, 3.8 bcm) and Russia (13%, 3.6 bcm). The EU’s biggest LNG importer remained France (6 bcm, 21%), followed by Spain (5 bcm, 18%), and The Netherlands (4.9 bcm, 18%).

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