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Global LNG imports fell by 3.9 percent in May

In May 2024, global LNG imports fell by 3.9% (1.34 Mt) y-o-y to 33.06 Mt, which was also lower than the May 2023 and 2022 LNG imports. The drop in LNG imports was a knock-on effect from the decrease in LNG exports recorded in April 2024. Europe and LAC led the decline in global LNG imports, which was partially offset by higher imports in the Asia Pacific and MENA regions. Between January and May 2024, global LNG imports increased marginally by 1.2% (2.10 Mt) y-o-y to stand at 174.96 Mt.

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