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LNG Market Radar – Q3

LNG imports to Europe have decreased in Q3 vs. Q2; this development is two-parted: a substantial decrease in Northern Europe is contrasted by a slight increase in Southern Europe. This pattern is not surprising as it already occurred in 2019. In Asia, China is challenging Japan’s position as the largest LNG importer. In June 2020, LNG imports of both countries were roughly equal in volume. China and Japan accounted for 60% of Asian LNG imports. India is steadily expanding its LNG imports. In June 2020, imports to India were only slightly below those of South Korea (the latter show a […]

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